Jon Robyns and Dean Chisnall will share the role of Jean Valjean.
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After Jean Valjean breaks parole in a chain gang for stealing a loaf of bread, he longs for a new life. Stealing silver from a bishop, he uses the money to become a factory owner, but quickly ends up looking after Fantine’s daughter, Cosette. At the same time, Inspector Javert is chasing down Valjean across the country, but this game of cat-and-mouse across France proves a lifechanging ordeal. Spending time on the barricade, Valjean begins to appreciate what it takes to fight, even if it costs everything you have.
The Les Misérables musical has defeated the odds. When Les Mis was first performed in London, it received a barrage of negative reviews. This didn’t stop audiences though, and Les Mis has now captured the hearts and minds of millions around the world. So much so, visitors will often travel to London’s West End just to see Les Misérables. Make sure you’ve got your Les Misérables: The Staged Concert tickets in London.
What To Watch For
- Les Misérables: The All-Star Staged Concert was first performed in 2019 at the Gielgud Theatre. It was originally opened as a temporary production while the Sondheim Theatre was being renovated. But, as Les Misérables could not open for full capacity performances due to the pandemic, the Les Misérables concert returned.
- Les Misérables is the West End’s longest-running musical, closely followed by The Phantom of the Opera.
- Over the years, numerous West End and Broadway stars have been in Les Misérables in London. But do you know who was in the original cast? Patti LuPone played Fantine, while Michael Ball starred as Marius.
- The age recommendation for Les Misérables The Staged Concert is 7+.
Important COVID-19 information
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You are required to show proof of a negative Covid-19 test or proof of vaccination in order to attend this performance.
When you arrive at this venue, you may be asked to fill out a health questionnaire or have your temperature taken.
This venue has additional Covid-19 safety measures in place to ensure the health and well-being of the staff, performers, and guests.
This venue is complying with the latest industry 'See It Safely' guidelines.
Les Misérables - The Staged Concert is asking all audience members to bring with them proof of double-vaccination, a recent negative lateral flow test or natural immunity. Simple ways to demonstrate proof include the NHS COVID Pass, NHS COVID-19 test notification, or an internationally recognised equivalent.
MIZ ROCKS AGAIN “A dream come true” Daily Mail
Les Misérables – The Staged Concert opened to critical acclaim at the Sondheim Theatre in December 2020 and was extended twice by public demand. “Vive Le West End!” proclaimed The Telegraph. “This is humanity singing its lungs and heart out, and safely too.”
Now, The Staged Concert has returned to the Sondheim Theatre until 5th September only with a spectacular company of over 50, featuring acclaimed West End stars of Les Mis including Jon Robyns, Bradley Jaden, Dean Chisnall and Lucie Jones.
Covid secure measures will be in place.
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Lucie Jones will play Fantine in concert performances.
The production was due to run at the Sondheim Theatre.
Further performances have been announced to allow for reduced seating capacity.
The concert will now run to 31 Jan, 2021 for an eight week engagement.
Alfie Boe, Michael Ball and Matt Lucas will all perform at the Sondheim Theatre this Christmas.