Sondheim Theatre, West End, London

Les Misérables Musical

ABOUT LES MISÉRABLES MUSICAL

Les Misérables has been delighting London audiences since 1985, making it the longest running musical on the West End. With songs like Do You Hear The People Sing, One Day More and I Dreamed A Dream, the soundtrack is as iconic in its own right as the live show. In 2004, the musical moved from The Palace Theatre to The Queens Theatre, now named Sondheim Theatre where the production has remained to this day except for a four-month closure in 2019 for refurbishments during which a stage concert ran at the nearby Gielgud Theatre.

For decades, people have flocked to the Les Misérables London production to see Victor Hugo's classic story about the life of Jean Valjean, from a man condemned for stealing a loaf of bread to his new life after a bishop shows him great kindness. Despite turning a new leaf, he is hunted by Javert for breaking his parole. His life on the run takes him to the heart of June Rebellion where Paris' students prepare for revolution.

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Les Misérables Tickets

Tickets for Les Misérables are available for the musical playing in Sondheim Theatre in London's West End. Les Misérables tickets are booking until 17 October 2020, with further dates to be announced.

The <i>Les Misérables</i> Musical Cast

Les Misérables Musical Cast and Characters

The cast for Les Misérables musical in London includes the following:

  • Jean Valjean – Jon Robyns
  • Javert – Bradley Jaden
  • Fantine – Carrie Hope Fletcher / Rachelle Ann Go
  • Cosette – Lily Kerhoas
  • Marius – Harry Apps
  • Madame – Kelly Agbowu
  • Éponine – Shan Ako
  • Thénardier – Gerard Carey
  • Madame Thénardier – Josefina Gabrielle
  • + more

Please note theatre cast and line up are subject to change. Les Misérables is directed by Laurence Connor and James Powell. The show is produced by Cameron Macintosh based on the original book, music and lyrics of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg.

Accessible tickets for Les Miserables Musical

ACCESSIBILITY

Sondheim Theatre welcomes disabled guests and strives to make the show accessible for everyone. Discounts are offered, subject to availability, for disabled theatregoers and one companion, including wheelchair users and patrons who have specific access requirements.


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Theatre Location

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Les Misérables London Sondheim Theatre,Shaftesbury Avenue
Soho, London, W1D 6BA
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Les Misérables Theatre Features

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See photos of Les Misérables playing at London's Sondheim Theatre

The record-breaking spectacular continues in the West End.

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Watch the trailer for Les Misérables at Sondheim Theatre

Watch the preview for the London edition of Les Misérables

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Alice Ellen Wright takes us into Les Misérables.

As understudy to Eponine and Fantine, Wright talks Women In Theatre.

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FAQs

Where is Les Misérables playing in London?

Les Misérables takes place at Sondheim Theatre. The address for Sondheim Theatre is Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, London, W1D 6BA, UK.

How to get to Les Misérables in London:

  • By Underground - the closest station to the theatre is Piccadilly Circus, serving both the Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines. Leicester Square tube station is also close to the Sondheim Theatre, serving the Northern and Piccadilly lines.
  • By Train - Charing Cross Station is between a 15 to 20-minute walk away from Sondheim Theatre.
  • By Bus - the bus routes 14, 19, 38, 6, 12, 23, 88, 94, 139, 159 and 453 stop nearby the theatre.
  • By Car - Q-Park and The Soho and Chinatown car parks are a 10-minute walk away from the theatre.

For the latest London travel information, visit TFL Journey Planner. Please note that in the interest of safety, security and bag checks are in place at the theatre.

When is Les Misérables playing in London? What are the performance times and dates?

The musical plays each evening from Monday to Saturday at 19:30. There is also an additional matinee show on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 14:30. Les Misérables London is booking up until 17 October 2020, with further dates to be announced.

How long does the Les Misérables musical run for?

Les Misérables has a running time of 2 hours 50 minutes including an interval.

Are accessible tickets available?

Access bookings are available - please call 0844 482 5137 to book accessible tickets.

Are there age limits for the show?

The recommended age for children is aged eight and above to watch Les Misérables in the West End. Children below the age of five are not permitted entry to the theatre. All persons aged under 16 must be accompanied by and sat next to the accompanying adult and have their own ticket.

Can I book group tickets for 10+ people?

Our Groups guide has all of our shows which are available for group bookings. Simply contact us and fill out our Group Booking Form if you wish to enquire about group bookings for Les Misérables London.

How much are tickets for Les Misérables London?

Tickets for the Les Misérables are available at various price points on our interactive seating map of each theatre. Depending on availability, tickets can be purchased at prices starting from £36.50 upwards. Tickets from Ticketmaster are verified and safe to buy. Please note that all tickets and prices are subject to availability.

Are cheaper tickets available for Les Misérables?

Yes, cheaper tickets are available for Les Misérables musical depending on which section you are sitting in the theatre. Our ticketing system has colour-coded ticket options at various price points to choose from, ranging from the lowest priced tickets to the highest. View all tickets for Les Misérables here.

Keep an eye on our Offers guide for all of our theatre ticket deals, including discounted shows and 2-for-1 ticket options for multiple events. Please note that offers are limited and subject to availability.

Please note that Ticketmaster can only deal with questions and issues regarding tickets. For all other enquiries regarding the show, please visit The Les Misérables website or contact them directly.

Les Misérables London