Looking for some memorable time with your dear ones! Get set for a classic London show, Les Misérables with your dear ones at the magnificent Queen’s Theatre! The classic London musical features some great comic moments along with gripping story line and emotional drama. The show is adapted from Victor Hugo’s epic original novel, Les Misérables.
The award winning London show, Les Miserables is the world’s longest-running musical. From the last three decades, the show is running with packed houses and still set the box office register ringing. The show made its debut in the year 1985 and opened with lukewarm response. The show was transferred from the Barbican to the Palace Theatre and finally settled at the Queen’s Theatre.
The mesmerizing London show is set against the backdrop of the French revolution. Les Misérables revolves around the plight of ex-convict Jean Valjean and his struggles to escape from the scary past. Les Misérables features heart touching musical composition by duo Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg, renowned for some great works like Miss Saigon and Martin Guerre.
The Les Miserables show features some superb musical numbers such a “I Dreamed a Dream”, “On My Own”, “Stars”, “Bring Him Home”, “Do You Hear the People Sing?”, “Master of the House”, “A Little Fall of Rain” and the show-stopping “One Day More”. The three hours long show is recommended for 7+ kids.
The Queen’s Theatre is positioned `on the Shaftesbury Avenue, which is one of the most famous streets amongst theatre lovers. The venue is immensely popular amongst theatre lovers and visitors and offers huge range of eating, drinking and entertainment options. You can also visit to Soho featuring wide range of network of bars and restaurants. For those who love to enjoy lip smacking Chinese cuisine, can go for Chinatown. Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus are located at a nearby distance, whereas Covent Garden offers wide array of shops, museums and theatres.
Queen’s theatre is located at an easily accessible location and can be commuted via various modes of commutations such as tubes, buses, cars and taxis. Piccadilly Circus is the closest station to the theatre and can be reached on either the Piccadilly or the Bakerloo line. You can also board bus 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.