- Watch this cult-classic musical, based on the legendary book by Victor Hugo.
Les Miserables premiered at the West End in 1985, almost three and a half decades ago. Since then, the musical has received immense praise from all sections of the audience. This unrivalled love for the production is responsible for its continuous run, without any signs of an end. Les Miserables London tickets are now available for those interested. Bookings are open until April 4, 2020.
The appealing theme and plotline
Adapted from Victor Hugo’s play by the same name, Les Miserables is truly a splendour to behold. With intense songs, music and performances, get ready to be transported to 19th Century Europe. Published in 1862, Les Miserables is considered the finest novels of its time. The story effortlessly intertwines the lives of different and intriguing characters to showcase the limitations of the law. The novel also deals with serious themes, like religious belief, moral philosophy and justice.
The musical’s soundtrack is extremely popular, consisting of blockbuster tracks, such as I Dreamed a Dream, At the End of the Day, Empty Chairs at Empty Tables, On My Own and Bring Him Home, to name a few.
The musical revolves around the life of an ex-convict, Jean Valjean. His only crime is stealing a loaf of bread for his sister’s starving child for which he serves a 19-year prison sentence. Upon escaping, Valjean decides to live a just and moral life. However, being an ex-convict makes things difficult for him as few people are ready to help. Moreover, Police Inspector Javert is determined to bring Valjean to justice.
Can the ex-convict escape the clutches of the law and turn over a new leaf? Or will his past catch up to him and dash his hopes of achieving a better life? Book your Les Miserables London tickets to find out.
How and when to book?
The production’s run at the Queens’ Theatre begins on December 23, 2019. People looking to catch the show at the venue have till April 4, 2020, to do the same. From Mondays to Saturdays, the evening show starts at 7.30 PM. Matinee shows, on the other hand, are at 2.30 PM on Wednesdays and Saturdays only.
The production is suitable for children aged 7 years and above. However, children below 5 are restricted from entering the venue for the show. Another thing to note is that the run time for the musical is 2 hours and 50 minutes. This includes a solitary intermission as well.
With a seating capacity of 1074, shows at the Queens’ Theatre are liable to sell out quickly, especially for such a popular production. Book your Les Miserables London tickets soon to avoid missing this spectacle. With online ticket booking, reserving your place has never been easier. Simply purchase tickets and save the online voucher on your phone. Show the voucher, along with valid photo ID, to gain access into the venue.
“In all key respects, Les Misérables has stood the test of time well.”
– The Telegraph
“Here celebrating its 25th anniversary, Les Misérables is a rousing, shamelessly entertaining evening of tuneful and spectacular popular theatre that saved the Royal Shakespeare Company from penury.”
– The Guardian
Killian Donnelly as Jean Valjean
David Thaxton as Javert
Steven Meo as Thenadier
Trevor Nunn and John Caird
‘One Day More’, ‘Do You Hear the People Sing’, ‘On My Own’, and ‘I Dreamed a Dream.’
Monday – Saturday: 7:30 PM
Wednesday and Saturday: 2:30 PM
Getting your tickets
You will receive your tickets via email confirmation shortly after booking. Please display them on your mobile device along with valid photo ID.
The theatre has a seating capacity of 1,074. It is wheelchair accessible, and has an in-house bar, and cloakroom.
Tickets cannot be cancelled, amended or refunded.