Les Miserables

Les Miserables

Sondheim Theatre (formerly Queen's Theatre), London, W1V 8BA
  • Seen by over 120 million people worldwide in 52 countries and in 22 languages, and now in its 39th Revolutionary Year, the world-famous LES MISÉRABLES is undisputedly one of the world’s favourite musicals.

    Cameron Mackintosh’s acclaimed fully-staged new production of Boublil and Schönberg’s LES MISÉRABLES is now playing at London’s Sondheim Theatre.

    This brilliant new staging has taken the world by storm and has been hailed “Les Mis for the 21st Century” (Huffington Post), “a reborn dream of a production” (Daily Telegraph) and “perfect theatre in a perfect theatre” (Sunday Telegraph).

    Set amid the social and political struggles of 19th century France, West End favourite LES MISÉRABLES tells the story of former prisoner Jean Valjean, who is pursued for decades by his policeman nemesis, Javert. Their epic cat-and-mouse journey will take them from the French fields to the gritty Parisian sewers, amidst an enthralling story of broken dreams, unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption – a timeless testament to the survival of the human spirit.

    The magnificent score of Les Misérables includes the songs; I Dreamed a Dream, On My Own, Bring Him Home, One Day More, Master Of The House and many more. Now, seen by over 130 million people worldwide in 53 countries and in 22 languages, this spectacular musical adaptation of Victor Hugo’s masterpiece continues to thrill audiences night after night in London’s West End. LES MISÉRABLES is undisputedly one of the world’s most popular musicals.

    Storm the barricades and book your LES MISÉRABLES theatre tickets today!

    What is Les Misérables about?

    Imprisoned for stealing to feed his starving family, Jean Valjean is relentlessly pursued by the tenacious Inspector Javert after skipping parole. Years pass, and Valjean, now a successful and well-respected Parisian businessman, becomes entangled in an uprising after his daughter Cosette falls in love with Marius, a member of an idealist group with revolution on their mind.

    Ticket Information

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    Running Time

    2hrs & 50 mins (incl. interval)

    Cast & Creatives

    Kelly Agbowu (Madame), Sha Dessi (Eponine), Harry Apps (Marius), Connor Jones (Grantaire), Gerard Carey (Thénardier), Richard Carson (Factory Foreman / Combeferre), Christopher Jacobsen (Babet), Matt Dempsey (Bamatabois / Lesgles), Danny Colligan (Joly), Rodney Earl Clarke (Bishop of Dignes / Claquesous), Chanice Alexander-Burnett (Fantine), Josefina Gabrielle (Madame Thénardier), Jordan Shaw (Enjolras), Jessie Hart (Wig Maker), Bradley Jaden (Javert), Charlie Burn (Cosette), Georgie Lovatt (Old Woman), Ellie Ann Lowe (Factory Girl), Luke McCall (Courfeyrac), Leo Miles (Montparnasse), Michael Kholwadia (Jean Prouvaire), Mark Pearce (Brujon), Jon Robyns (Jean Valjean), Joseph Anthony (Feuilly), Max Lester (Gavroche), Sam Lockhart (Gavroche), Harry Newby (Gavroche), Teddy Probets (Gavroche), Vishal Soni (Gavroche), Bonnie Harper (Little Cosette), Clara James (Little Cosette), Sienna Sibley (Little Cosette), Sicily de Bernardini (Young Eponine), Sophia Goodman (Young Eponine), Mia Savident (Young Eponine), Emma Barr (swing), Matthew Dale (swing), Jessica Joslin (ensemble), Sarah Lark (swing), Claire O'Leary (ensemble), Sam Peggs (swing), Corrine Priest (swing), Sake Wijers (swing), Mared Williams (ensemble), Phoebe Williams (ensemble)

    Alain Boublil (Concept, Book & Original French Lyrics), Claude-Michel Schönberg (Book & Music), Cameron Mackintosh (Producer), Herbert Kretzmer (Lyricist), Laurence Connor (Director), James Powell (Director), Matt Kinley (Set and Image Design), Paule Constable (Lighting Designer), Mick Potter (Sound Designer), Andreane Neofitou (Costume Designer), Christine Rowland (Costume Designer), Geoffrey Garratt (Musical Staging), Michael Ashcroft (Additional Musical Staging), Finn Ross (Projection Realisation), 59 Productions (Projection Realisation), Stephen Metcalfe (Orchestrations), Christopher Jahnke (Orchestrations), Stephen Brooker (Musical Supervisor and Orchestrations), John Cameron (Original Orchestrations), Alfonso Casado Trigo (Musical Supervisor), Trevor Nunn (Adaptation), John Caird (Adaptation), Jean-Marc Natel (1942 - 2019)(Original French Text), James Fenton (Additional Material), Sam Hiller (Resident Director), Steve Moss (Musical Director), Mark Bousie (Assistant Musical Director), David Harris (Associate Set Design), Simon Sherriff (Associate Lighting Designer), Adam Fisher (Associate Sound Designer), Stefan Musch (Wig Supervisor), Laura Hunt (Costume Design Associate), Sylvia Addison, (Orchestral Management), George Reeve (Projection Associate)


    1. Prologue/Look Down
    2. Valjean’s Soliloquy
    3. At the End of the Day
    4. I Dreamed a Dream
    5. Lovely Ladies
    6. Fantine's Arrest
    7. The Runaway Cart
    8. Who Am I?
    9. Fantine's Death
    10. The Confrontation
    11. Castle on a Cloud
    12. Master of the House
    13. The Bargain / The Waltz of Treachery
    14. Paris/Look Down
    15. The Robbery
    16. Stars
    17. ABC Café / Red and Black
    18. Do You Hear the People Sing?
    19. In My Life
    20. A Heart Full of Love
    21. The Attack on Rue Plumet
    22. One Day More
    23. Building the Barricade
    24. On My Own
    25. At the Barricade
    26. A Little Fall of Rain
    27. The First Attack
    28. Drink With Me
    29. Bring Him Home
    30. The Second Attack
    31. The Final Battle
    32. Dog Eats Dog / The Sewers
    33. Javert's Soliloquy
    34. Turning
    35. Empty Chairs At Empty Tables
    36. A Heart Full of Love (Reprise)
    37. Valjean's Confession
    38. The Wedding
    39. Beggars at the Feast
    40. Epilogue
    For more information or to make a booking please contact Group Line on 020 7206 1174 or via email at [email protected]
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  • Sondheim Theatre (formerly Queen's Theatre)

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