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DAVID SHANNON RETURNS TO LES MISERABLES

David Shannon will be reviving his role of Jean Valjean in Les Miserables at the Queens Theatre from 3rd April to 16th June.

He will take over Ramin Karimloo who has extended his contract until 31st March.  He returns after a 2 absence from the role.  After Shannon's short run, Geronimo Rauch will take over from 18th June to 15th June 2013.

David Shannon has numerous theatre credits to his name including playing the Phantom in Phantom of the Opera, John in The Beautiful Game, The Man in Whistle Down The Wind, Guillaume in Martin Guerre and Chris in Miss Saigon.

Geronimio Rauch will come to the production with plenty of experience as the Argentinian actor is currently playing Jean Valjean in the production in Barcelona.

The current cast is Hadley Fraser as Javert, Caroline Sheen as Fantine, Alexia Khadime as Eponine, Craig Mather as Marius, Cameron Blakely as Thénardier, Katy Secombe as Madame Thénardier, Liam Tamne as Enjolras and Lisa-Anne Wood as Cosette.

Book Les Miserables tickets online now.

[posted by Louise, 17/02/2012]
 



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