The award winning London show, Les Miserables is a hugely loved classic musical featuring ‘sung through’ score in a quasi operatic style. The immensely popular London show is a must watch for theatre lovers. The spectacular London show is one of the most loved and popular London Westend shows offering spectacular experience.
The popular London show features some wonderful comic moments along with emotional drama. Les Miserables is one of the world’s longest running musical. The Les Miserables show is still running with houseful packed shows and ruling hearts of theatre lovers. The show made its debut in the year 1985 and opened with lukewarm reviews.
The show was moved from the Barbican to the Palace Theatre and finally settled at the Queen’s Theatre. Les Miserables is adapted from the popular novel by Victor Hugo. The epic French novel is set against the backdrop of Revolutionary France and revolves around the convict Jean Valjean. With heart rendering musical scores, the show is a complete audio visual treat for the theatre lovers.
Some memorable musical numbers by Alain Boublil and lyrics by Claude Michel Schonberg such as ‘I Dreamed a Dream’, ‘On My Own’ and ‘Bring Him Home’ makes the show worth watching. The London musical is simply fresh and renowned for some of the hugely talented such as Sierra Boggess, Danielle Hope, Alfie Boe and Ramin Karimloo. The award winning show is known for its powerful story, stirring songs and breathtaking production. Being one of the longest running London musicals, the show is a complete treat for theatre lovers.
The Queen’s Theatre is positioned on the Shaftesbury Avenue, featuring some of the renowned theatres. The venue offers wide range of eating, drinking and entertainment options. Soho is located at a nearby distance featuring huge network of bars and restaurants. You can also enjoy lip smacking Chinese cuisine at the Chinatown. Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus are positioned within easy walking distance, whereas you can enjoy visit to Covent Garden’s array of shops, museums and theatres.
The popular London West end Queen’s Theatre is located at an easily location and can be commuted via various modes of commutations such as tubes, buses, taxis and cars. Piccadilly Circus is the nearest tube station positioned at a 3 minute walk from the theatre. You can reach here on either the Piccadilly or the Bakerloo line. You can also visit the theatre via bus route numbers 14, 19, 22B, 38, 53, 88, 94 and 159. You can also hire a taxi or drive your own car as the nearest car park to the theatre is on Brewer Street a 2 minute walk.