Booking Helpline +44 (0)20 7400 1234 Mon-Fri 8-8 | Sat 9-7.30 | Sun 9-7
change Les Miserables Tickets
Format: 07 Jul 2015

Les Miserables Tickets

Les Miserables Tickets poster

Next Available Dates

Wed 8 Jul -
Thu 9 Jul-
Fri 10 Jul-
Sat 11 Jul
Mon 13 Jul-
Tue 14 Jul-

Performance Times


Booking Period

Show Opened

28th Mar 2004

Book from

8th Jul 2015 - 26th Mar 2016

Running Time

3 hours

Age Restrictions

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

What's it all about?

The West End's longest running musical, Les Miserables, continues to delight audiences at the Queen's Theatre as it prepares to celebrate its 30th anniversary in October 2015. Based on the classic novel by Victor Hugo, the musical is regularly voted the world's most popular musical and has been translated into dozens of languages and mounted countless productions all over the world.

The original London production continues to run in the West End, directed by Trevor Nunn and John Caird based on the iconic RSC production along with fresh orchestrations, updated designs and an incredible cast of performers.

There can be few people who are yet to experience this historic musical production, thanks to the popularity of the timeless score that includes hits such as “I Dreamed a Dream”, “On My Own” and “Do You Hear the People Sing?” and of course the blockbuster film adaptation starring Hugh Jackman. Despite the continued popularity of the show, the original production is a must see for theatre fans, and there is no better time to experience the revolution live than in its record breaking thirtieth year.   

What's the story?

Les Miserables tells an epic sweeping tale of one man's struggle to break free from a past life and create a new life for himself and his surrogate daughter in post-Revolutionary France where discontent amongst the students boils over to create a powerful story of fraternity, equality and freedom.

Released on parole after years on the chain gang for stealing a loaf of bread, Jean Valjean has a religious awakening, leading to him turning his life around. After he shows kindness to Fantine, she leaves her child Cosette in his care as she dies and the two  build a new life together, leading to Valjean breaking his parole. Inspector Javert swears he'll have vengeance and devotes his life to tracking him down.   

As the student unrest stirs, a young revolutionary Marius falls in love with the now teenage Cosette, but Valjean plans to move away from Paris, until an explosive moment in history and the people of the city are brought together to fight for the right to be free.

Who's in it?

Peter Lockyer continues to star in the lead role of Jean Valjean, having played the role on US tour, Broadway and in China. He is joined by Jeremy Secomb as ‘Javert’, Katy Secombe as ‘Madame Thénardier’ and Zoë Doano as ‘Cosette.’.  Rachelle Ann Go stars as ‘Fantine’; following her recent success in Cameron Mackintosh's new production of 'Miss Saigon' which she created the role of 'Gigi' in the 2014 revival. Rob Houchen continues to star as ‘Marius’ alongside Carrie Hope Fletcher as ‘Eponine’.

Who is Les Miserables suitable for?

Fans of classic musical theatre will not fail to be impressed by this incredible production. Those who have seen the show throughout its 30 year history will enjoy seeing a refreshed production with a brand new highly talented cast. Those coming to the show for the first time will be taken in by the memorable score, exciting story and unforgettable staging – this really is a show that will live with you forever. Thanks to the film a brand new generation of fans have been created, meaning that this glorious original production can continue to delight audiences for years to come.

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 ByPrice Per TicketValidity / Exclusions
Group Rate 10+ 1025/10/14£67.50
School Group Rate 10+1026/03/16£67.50
Group Rate 10+1025/10/14£67.50
School Group Rate 10+1025/10/14£67.50

*The above rates and exclusion periods are for guidance only and are subject to availability. Please contact us for the latest prices and availability.

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

Les Miserables
"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.

Detailed Les Misérables reviews at Get the low-down on Les Misérables from a range of different perspectives before you buy tickets.

Les Miserables photos

See Les Misérables photos at View your favourite shows like never before with our unique range of photos and videos of Les Misérables.

Les Miserables videos

  • Les Miserables

Watch Les Misérables videos at Witness the colour and splendour of Les Misérables from a whole new perspective with these great videos.

Did You Know?

Productions of Les Miserables have played in 42 countries and over 319 cities worldwide, and the show has been translated into 22 languages.

Each performance of the musical uses 392 costumes consisting of over 5000 items of clothing and 85 wigs!

Dame Judi Dench once made a single appearance on the barricade as the one-off character of Madame La Farge in May 2004.

The infamous Barricades move almost 20 meters per show at the Queen’s theatre in London.


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

Les Miserables songs

Everything you need to know about Les Misérables. General information, show times, awards, credits and anything else of interest about Les Misérables from

Latest News

Posted By

The West End production of Les Misérables is set for a major cast change at the Queen's Theatre on 16 June.

Posted By

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.

Posted By

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.

Posted By

The West End production of Les Misérables at the Queen's Theatre is getting a major cast overhaul.

Posted By

The world premiere of Les Misérables takes place tonight at Leicester Square, following yesterday’s special screening for the cast and crew. Les Misérables hits cinemas on the 11 January.

Posted By

In October, we invited you to vote in our first ever TheatrePeople Awards. Thousands of you chose your favourite West End and UK theatre stars and shows of 2012 - and now it’s time to reveal the winners.

Les Miserables

Les Miserables

How many tickets would you like?