Les Misérables Tickets

The enjoyable and award winning London show, Les Miserables is running with packed houses at the magnificent Queen’s Theatre London! The stunning London theatre is located at 51 Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 6BA.  The show has become one of the longest running musicals of the world and still enjoyed by theatre lovers across the globe.

In the year 1985, Les Miserables opened with a lukewarm response and was transferred from Barbican theatre to the Palace Theatre. The show is adapted from the popular Victor Hugo’s French Novel. The show is set against the backdrop of revolutionary France and revolves around the struggles of convict Jean Valjean.

The show has a mix of colourful characters which have been portrayed from every strata of society. Alain Boublil’s brilliant musical composition along with superb lyrics penned by Claude Michel Schonberg lead to some of the brilliant numbers like ‘I Dreamed a Dream’, ‘On My Own’ and ‘Bring Him Home’.

The longest running London musical, Les Miserable still has a refreshing experience for the theatre lovers. The longest running musical is renowned for its gripping story line, memorable songs and spectacular production. The classic musical has a sung through score in a quasi operatic style. The show has some heart rendering numbers, funny moments and emotional scenes. For kids aged 7 above, the show is recommended.

Les Miserables Musical Show run for three hours and is a great experience for the theatre goers. Queens’s theatre is running the houseful shows of the award winning musical. The show has won several awards such as 2014 Laurence Olivier Awards, 2012 Laurence Olivier Awards, 1985 Laurence Olivier awards along with Tony Awards 1985 for Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical, Best Original Score, Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical (Michael Maguire), Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical (Frances Ruffelle), Best Direction of a Musical, Best Scenic Design.

The mesmerizing London show, Les Miserables would be an enjoyable experience with online advance Queens Theatre Tickets! So, get set for a memorable experience with your dear ones this weekend with online advance Les Miserables Theatre Tickets!

Les miserables At Queens Theatre London

The award winning blockbuster London show, Les Miserable’s has been enjoyed by people from all across the globe. Queens Theatre London is running the houseful shows of the spectacular adaptation of Victor Hugo’s masterpiece which was premiered in the year 1985 in West End. The epic tale of passion and destruction is set against the backdrop of bloody French revolution.

The hugely commercial blockbuster has been enjoyed by theatre lovers from all over the world and still thrilling the audience with its magnificent performances. Les Miserable’s is about a convict Jean Valjean who has been released from prison after two decade for stealing silver. The spectacular musical features some chartbusting musical numbers such as “Who Am I”, “A Little Fall of Rain”, “One Day More”, “Bring Him Home” and, one of the most famous songs to come from the West End, “I Dreamed a Dream”.

In the year 1980, Palais des Sports hosted the first musical-stage adaptation of Les Mis. The award winning stage musical also acted as an inspiration for a live action musical movie which starred  Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, and Anne Hathaway in her Oscar-winning role in the year 2002. The superb show, Les Mis has been translated in almost 22 different languages such as Icelandic, Japanese and Mauritian Creole!

Queens theatre is currently hosting the award winning show which is delighting the audience from the last three decades. The show has mild adult content which will not be appropriate for young kids. The magnificent theatre is positioned on the Shaftesbury Avenue which is one of the most popular streets of London. The venue features some amazing entertainment options such as eating, drinking and entertainment.

There are huge network of bars and restaurants located at a nearby distance to Soho. For those who love Chinese cuisine can go for Chinatown. Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus are positioned at a nearby distance. The theatre is accessible via various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. With occupancy of 1065, Queens’s theatre is mainly categorised into three levels as Dress Circle, Stalls and Upper Circle. Enjoy some great view from the Stalls section!