DO YOU HEAR THE PEOPLE SING? As previously announced yesterday, the legendary Les Miserables – Musical will be experiencing the biggest change as Trevor Nunn and John Caird's legendary original 1985 staging will be retiring after 34 years in London's West End this July 2019. However, the show will continue to DREAM THE DREAM at the Queen's Theatre with Laurence Connor's acclaimed 2009 revamped production (still playing all over the world) that was made for the musical's 25th Anniversary.

Many super LES MIZ fans are speaking out expressing their sadness, disappointment, and anger for the changing of the new productions. The original production has been still standing for over 30 years and is known for certain moments that made the show iconic including the legendary revolving turntable.

If you believe that Cameron Mackintosh should keep the original staging going in London's West End, there's a petition to save it.

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