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Les Miserables: The Staged Concert Tickets

Sondheim Theatre, London
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Les Miserable Staged Concert returns to the West End!

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 5 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 and distancing will be in place.

**AS PART OF THE COVID MEASURES YOU WILL RECIEVE AN EMAIL FROM THE THEATRE 24 HOURS BEFORE THE PERFORMANCE WITH COVID INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS DIRECTLY PERTAINING TO YOUR VISIT** Covid secure measures within the theatre and social distancing seating are in operation. All seats have been organised into socially distanced groups of 1 to 6. All seats within each group must be purchased in full by one customer at the time of booking. In accordance with government guidelines, the auditorium has been organised into socially distant groups that are 1 metre apart in all directions. These must be purchased in full at the time of booking and can only comprise of single households, or a support bubble.

Venue information

Sondheim Theatre
Sondheim Theatre
51 Shaftesbury Avenue
London
W1D 6BA

The Queen's Theatre is a London West End theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue, next to the Gielgud Theatre. The theatres were designed as twins by W. G. R. Sprague at the beginning of the 20th century. The theatre opened in 1907 and, as opposed to the Gielgud, whose exterior has little changed, the facade of the Queen's Theatre was hit by a German bomb in September 1940 so that the theatre today has a modern shell and an Edwardian interior. The Queen's Theatre has seen such talents as Edith Evans, George Bernard Shaw, John Gielgud, Noel Coward, Kenneth Branagh, Miranda Richardson, Nigel Hawthorne, Jane Lapotaire, Alec Guinness, Fiona Shaw and Maggie Smith. 

The opening of the Queen's Theatre was not successful as had been hoped with Sugar Bowl, a comedy that ran for only 36 performances. This was followed by a succession of equally fleeting comedies and plays. It wasn't until 1914 that the theatre had its first big hit with Potash and Perlmutter by Montague Glass.

In the late 1920's two plays created something of a sensation at The Queen's Theatre. The first was Miles Malleson's staunchly anti-war piece The Fanatics. It caused a stir because it was one of the first to discuss sex and marital problems in such a way as was never before permitted. The second was an American murder trial called The Trial of Mary Dugan.

Since April 2004, the theatre has played host to Cameron Mackintosh's production of Les Miserables which transferred, after 18 years from the Palace Theatre just 100m up the road. The musical celebrated its 20th anniversary at the venue on 8th October 2005 and will overtake Cats as the longest running musical of all time on 8th October 2006 should it continue.

The Queen's Theatre: Recent and Present Productions

The Hobbit (28 November 2001 - 9 February 2002)

Umoja: Spirit of Togetherness (18 June 2002 - 31 August 2002)

The Rocky Horror Show (23 June 2003 - 5 July 2003)

Cyberjam (23 September 2003 - 3 January 2004)

 

Les Misérables (12 April 2004 - )

Travel by train: Charing Cross. Nearest tube: Piccadilly Circus/Leicester Square

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