When did Les Misérables open in the West End?
The original production of Les Misérables began previews at the Barbican Centre in London on 28th September 1985 before it officially opened on 8th October 1985. The show then transferred to the Palace Theatre on 4th December 1985, before it moved to the Sondheim Theatre - formally known as the Queen's Theatre - on 3rd April 2004, where it remains to today.
What is the running time of Les Misérables in London?
Les Misérables the Musical has a running time of 2 hours & 50 minutes, including a 15-minute interval.
Which London theatre is Les Misérables playing at?
Les Misérables is currently playing at the Sondheim Theatre in London's West End. Les Misérables has been playing at the Sondheim Theatre - formally known as the Queen's Theatre - since 2004.
What is Les Misérables the Musical about?
Based on Victor Hugo's 1862 French novel, Les Misérables follows the life of Jean Valjean - from his 19-year imprisonment for stealing a loaf of bread to his reformation as an industrialist while being constantly pursued by the morally strict police inspector Javert.
The score of Les Misérables includes hit songs such as 'I Dreamed a Dream', 'On My Own', 'Bring Him Home', 'One Day More', 'Do You Hear The People Sing?' and many more.
What age group is Les Misérables the Musical in London suitable for?
The recommended viewing age for Les Misérables is 7 and above.
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