Les Misérables' staged concert is to return to London's West End this Christmas.
The production, which last year ran at the Gielgud Theatre, will play a limited season at the Sondheim Theatre from December 5 to January 31.
Performances will take place Tuesday to Saturday at 7:15PM, Saturday at 2PM and Sunday at 3PM.
Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, October 14 at 12PM available online here.
The concert will follow the latest safety guidelines with social distancing in place.
Producer Cameron Mackintosh said: "The beautiful new Sondheim Theatre will re-open its doors so audiences can once again leap to their feet thrilled by Victor Hugo's timelessly uplifting story of the survival of the human spirit told through Boublil and Schönberg amazing iconic score - Let The People Sing. Happy Christmas to us all."
The staged concert is based on the legendary 10th anniversary concert at The Royal Albert Hall and the O2 Arena's 25th anniversary concert.
An all star cast will reunite for the concert's return to London, leading an epic orchestra to make for a company of more than 50 actors and musicians.
Leading the Les Misérables concert cast, Michael Ball plays Javert with Alfie Boe as his nemesis Jean Valjean. John Owen-Jones is scheduled to play Jean Valjean on Tuesday evening and Saturday matinee performances.
Matt Lucas returns as Thénardier with Carrie Hope Fletcher as Fantine, having previously played Éponine in the West End production.
They're joined by Katy Secombe as Madame Thénardier with Bradley Jaden as Enjolras, Rob Houchen as Marius, Shan Ako as Eponine and Amara Okereke as Cosette.