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Format: 25 Apr 2015

Les Miserables Tickets

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Performance Times


Booking Period

Show Opened

28th Mar 2004

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25th Apr 2015 - 26th Sep 2015

Running Time

3 hours

Age Restrictions

Recommended for children aged 7 or over; children under 5 will not be admitted. Parental guidance advised.

Combine with dinner and savePackages from £67.50

What's it all about?

Winner of the 2014 BBC Radio 2 Audience Olivier Award.

If you had to pick just one of our wonderful shows to go and see, there's a good chance that Les Misérables – named the nation’s favourite musical in a BBC poll – would be it.

This epic tale of revolution, redemption and romance has been stunning audiences since it first opened in Paris more than 30 years ago. But, as stirring as the story is, it’s the music that really makes the show.

Many of the songs, from achingly beautiful ballads to epic anthems, have become famous in their own right. So if you’ve ever heard 'Bring Him Home' at a remembrance service or seen Susan Boyle deliver 'I Dreamed a Dream' and want to find out the story behind the songs, go and see this. 

What's the story?

You'll be moved by the story of Jean Valjean, the reformed man who is dogged by relentless officer of the law Javert, and swept up in the spirit of revolution alongside the underdogs of 19th century Paris.

Your heart will break for Éponine as dashing young student Marius falls for Cosette. And as Javert closes in and things look bad for the rebels, the stage is set for confrontations and confessions, but perhaps also the redemptive power of love.

So don’t be put off by the title. This is no depressing weepy, and the cunning landlord Thénardier and his wife provide more than enough comic relief. 

Who's in it?

Over the years, Les Misérables has attracted a host of major talents to its cast, with Michael Ball’s Marius a particular highlight and the nation’s favourite tenor Alfie Boe taking on Jean Valjean at the 25th anniversary concert in 2010.

Peter Lockyer plays Jean Valjean. He made his Broadway debut in Cyrano the Musical and has since played leading roles in some of Broadway’s most popular shows. Recently he played Valjean in the USA 25th Anniversary tour of Les Misérables and previously starred as Chris in Miss Saigon and Marius in the 10th Anniversary cast of Les Miz. He played Rodolfo in Baz Luhrmann’s Broadway Production of La Bohème, and the title role of The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway and on US tour. 

Also in the cast are David Thaxton as Javert, Celinde Schoenmaker as Fantine, Tom Edden as Thénardier, Wendy Ferguson as Madame Thénardier, Carrie Hope Fletcher as Eponine, Emelie Fleming as Cosette, Michael Colbourne as Enjolras and Rob Houchen as Marius.

Even if you don’t know any of the tunes as you take your seat, you'll be won over by the sheer range – from the heart-wrenching 'Empty Chairs at Empty Tables', to the desperately romantic 'On My Own' and the rousing 'Do You Hear the People Sing?'.

Who is Les Miserables suitable for?

Les Misérables has a unique ability to inspire devotion among all who see it. Something about the combination of a compelling love story and a fight against injustice, all wrapped up in exhilarating melodies, makes this the musical to end all musicals.

Best of all, it’s as much a date night show as it is one to take your Mum to, and kids will be inspired by the child stars and awesome sets.

Why book with us? is your online box office for Les Misérables tickets, and your one-stop theatre ticket shop for the best seats in the West End. Count on us to provide great service and great discount deals on theatre tickets for all of the plays, comedies and musicals on the London stage. We hope your trip to Les Misérables at the Queen's Theatre is a memorable one, and we look forward to welcoming you to Theatreland.

Discounted Group Rates

Rate typeMin. ticketsBook byPriceValidity/Exclusions
Group Rate 10+1025/10/14£67.50
School Group Rate 10+1025/10/14£67.50

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Les Miserables reviews - staff

Les Mis has everything - raw emotional performances, a gritty plot and some great moments of comedy provided by Monsieur and Madame Thenardier. It is filled with hit musical numbers - many of the greatest show songs are featured here. Whether you're an avid theatregoer or are experiencing the delights of the West End for the first time, Les Mis is one of those shows everybody just has to see at least once in their lifetime.


I saw it as a birthday treat and can easily call it one of the best shows the West End has to offer. It may not seem like the best material for a musical - orphans, oppression, revolutionary battles, death - but there are so many layers of story. As for its music, it was one soundtrack that I bought and listened to on a loop for weeks! Les Mis really is a perfect night at  the theatre.


Brilliant Set design, story line and character performances. A spectacular show!


A moving, but funny musical throughout. An emotional rollercoaster from start to finish.


Les Miserables reviews - critics

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"For sheer musical theatre spectacle and an emotional roller coaster, it quite rightly remains the best show in town" -

Les Miserables reviews - most recent customers

I saw the movie but the theatre show was really fantastic and great , i love it !

Absolutely fantastic show - I would recommend this to anyone.


Absolutely fabulous! My son and daughter organised a trip to see the show as a surprise birthday treat for my wife and we all thought it was a truly wonderful show, the cast were fantastic and and received a standing ovation at the end of the show. We can't stop humming the songs... brilliant

Fantastic from start to finish. Would recomend to family and friends.

How can you not love Les Miserables? Although this show clearly is a classic I didn't expect such a great staging and production. The ensenble was amazing and you guys, never let that Jean Valjean go, he's a keeper.

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Did You Know?

Incredibly, considering the show's staying power, there is one musician who has been in Les Mis from its early days. Drummer Peter Boita is still bashing away as well as featuring on the original cast album.

Another person who has a long involvement with the show is Nick from boy band the Jonas Brothers, who started out playing young Gavroche on Broadway and was delighted to return to play Marius in a month-long West End run, followed by the O2 arena 25th anniversary concert.


1985 Laurence Olivier Awards

Best Actress in a Musical (Patti LuPone)


1987 Tony Awards

Best Musical

Best Book of a Musical

Best Original Score

Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical (Michael Maguire)

Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical (Frances Ruffelle)

Best Direction of a Musical

Best Scenic Design


2012 Laurence Olivier Awards

BBC Radio 2 Olivier Audience Award

2014 Laurence Olivier Awards

BBC Radio 2 Olivier Audience Award

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Jean Valjean, the felon-turned-redeemer whose story has entranced West End audiences at Les Misérables for nearly thirty years, is one of musical theatre’s key male roles and a notoriously challenging part to play.

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Carrie Hope Fletcher is returning to the cast of Les Misérables at the Queen’s Theatre as Eponine, twelve years after playing the younger version of the same character.  The actress, singer-songwriter and sister of pop-rock band McFly’s Tom Fletcher will join the cast on 17 June.

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