If you are searching for Les Miserables tickets London, you may want to start looking around on the internet for deals or packages.
Les Miserables is one of the West Ends longest running musicals, so discount tickets for this particular show can be found, but are quite rare and do not come around very often. The show has been so successful after 25 years, that ticket sales are always high so there is not normally a need to attract visitors with reduced price tickets. But it’s always worth a look round to check!
Les Miserables, or Les Mis as its commonly known, has been on stage for 26 years. It opened at The Barbican Centre in London in October 1985. When it was in its 25th year in 2010, it was made the longest running musical in the world. The was a huge celebration of this anniversary and there were special performances at London’s O2 arena, and it went on a 25th Anniversary tour where locations included Manchester, Norwich, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Bristol, Salford and Southampton.
The show has also been produced in 38 countries and translated into 21 languages, including Spain, USA, France and Germany.
Les Miserables tells the epic tale of passion and destruction. Set in early 19th century France, the plot follows the stories of different characters as they struggle against the backdrop of a nation in the grip of revolution. This amazing adaptation of Victor Hugo's 1862 masterpiece novel continues to thrill theatre audiences night after night.
Les Miserables is currently staged at The Queens Theatre in London. It has been at this venue since 2004. Prior to this, the show had its long run at the Palace Theatre, where it opened in 1985 until its transfer in 2004.
The Queens Theatre is intimate and ideal for the production. It has a twin – the Gielgud theatre - which is located opposite, and was built 10 months prior to The Queens.
The show had its 10 thousandth performance at the Queens theatre here on 5th January 2010. It was a big year with many tours and celebratory performances throughout.
Les Miserable’s has had many famous cast member throughout the years including Colm Wilkinson, Roger Allam, Michael Ball to the most recent Alfie Boe and Matt Lucas.