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Les Misérables extends run in London's West End to March 2023

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Les Misérables in the West End. Picture copyright: Stage Chat

Les Misérables has extended its run in London’s West End into 2023.

The production at the Sondheim Theatre is now booking until Sunday 5 March 2023.

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The show has also announced a new performance schedule from Wednesday 5 October 2022 with shows on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30PM at 2:30PM matinees on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

Adapted from Victor Hugo’s novel of the same name, the iconic musical tells the epic story of one man’s life journey through 18th century France and his struggle to live through the injustice and revolution of the time.

Boublil and Schönberg’s score includes the classic songs, I Dreamed a Dream, On My Own, Stars, Bring Him Home, Do You Hear the People Sing?, One Day More, Empty Chairs at Empty Tables, Master Of The House and many more.

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Les Misérables currently stars Jon Robyns as Jean Valjean, Bradley Jaden as Javert, Gerard Carey as Thénardier, Josefina Gabrielle as Madame Thénardier, Chanice Alexander-Burnett as Fantine, Harry Apps as Marius, Sha Dessi as Éponine, Jordan Shaw as Enjolras and Charlie Burn as Cosette.

They are joined by Kelly Agbowu, Joseph Anthony, Emma Barr, Richard Carson, Rodney Earl Clarke, Danny Colligan, Matthew Dale, Matt Dempsey, Natalie Green, Jessie Hart, Christopher Jacobsen, Connor Jones, Jessica Joslin, Michael Kholwadia, Sarah Lark, Georgie Lovatt, Ellie Ann Lowe, Luke McCall, Leo Miles, Claire O’Leary, Kathy Peacock, Mark Pearce, Sam Peggs, Sake Wijers, Mared Williams and Phoebe Williams.

The current West End production is directed by James Powell and Laurence Connor, designed by Matt Kinley inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo with costumes by Andreane Neofitou and Christine Rowland, lighting by Paule Constable, sound by Mick Potter, projections realised by Finn Ross & Fifty Nine Productions, musical staging by Geoffrey Garratt, and music supervision by Stephen Brooker and Alfonso Casado Trigo.


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