Here's a first look at Les Misérables' 2019 concert which held its opening night on Saturday.
Les Misérables has been playing for 34 years in the West End but is taking a short break this summer as the Queen's Theatre is being refurbished.
While work on the Queen's theatre is underway, the musical will continue to play with a special staged concert version at the Gielgud Theatre.
The 2019 Les Mis concert in London is based on the legendary concerts 10th anniversary concert at The Royal Albert Hall and the O2 Arena's 25th anniversary concert.
The 2019 concert version of Les Miserable in London comprises of an All Star cast, featuring Michael Ball, Alfie Boe, Matt Lucas and Carrie Hope Fletcher, leading an orchestra of more than 65 musicians.
You can watch the curtain call from the first performance on Saturday, 10 August below...
The 2019 Les Mis London concert is booking a strictly limited run up to 25 November 2019.
Tickets to most performances have sold but - at the time of writing - a handful remain available.
Producers have also added an extra 1:30PM matinee performance on Saturday, September 14 with tickets for the new date on sale now.
Following the staged concert, Les Misérables will return to its old home at the newly renamed Sondheim Theatre with a brand new production.
A new cast, to be announced, will begin performances in December 2019.