Les Misérables’ 2019 staged concert will screen in cinemas this December ahead of a DVD release.
While its usual home at the Queen’s theatre is renovated, Les Misérables has been playing a special staged concert version at the Gielgud Theatre.
A special screening of the production will take place in cinemas on December 2, it’s been announced.
You’ll be able to watch the show in venues across the UK, Ireland and USA. Tickets will go on sale on November 4 via lesmisconcert.com.
A DVD release of the performance and cast recording are set to follow in 2020.
Meanwhile, a lottery will take place for tickets to attend the filmed performance in person. The lottery opens 11:45AM on 8 November at www.delfontmackintosh.co.uk/LesMisLottery.
The 2019 Les Mis concert in London is based on the legendary 10th anniversary concert at The Royal Albert Hall and the O2 Arena’s 25th anniversary concert.
The 2019 concert version of Les Misérables in London comprises of an All Star cast, leading an orchestra of more than 65 musicians.
Michael Ball plays Javert and Alfie Boe as his nemesis Jean Valjean. Ball previously played Marius in the original London cast while Boe has played Valjean in the West End, on Broadway and at the 25th Anniversary concert.
Also reprising his role from the West End and 25th Anniversary concert is Matt Lucas portraying Thénardier while Carrie Hope Fletcher plays 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 Lily Kerhoas as Cosette.
Cameron Mackintosh said: “The extraordinary sell-out success and response to our spectacular new theatrical concert staging of Les Misérables has been phenomenal so we are thrilled to add one final extra performance on 2 December which will be streamed LIVE to cinema audiences around the UK, Ireland and the US.
“Starring our entirely brilliant London cast headed by Michael Ball, Alfie Boe, Carrie Hope Fletcher and Matt Lucas, our 16 week limited season at the Gielgud sold out in a few days but now you can storm the barricades to ensure you catch this thrilling live performance direct from the West End in a cinema near you.”