DO YOU HEAR THE PEOPLE SING? As previously announced, Cameron Mackintosh Ltd's legendary 1982 first and last standing original production of Les Miserables – Musical (directed by Trevor Nunn and John Caird) will be coming to an end in London's West End this July 2019. However, the musical expecting to reopen at its longtime home at the Queen's Theatre in December 2019 with Mackintosh's new production that was made for the show's 25th Anniversary (directed by Laurence Connor) still playing across the country. In addition, the Queen's Theatre itself will be going under a 4 month renovation.

With the recent news of iconic musical's big change, super LES MIZ fans and veteran cast members have come together to sign a petition to Mackintosh telling him to keep the original staging (known for its breathtaking moments including it's signature set piece… the revolving turntable).Over 2,100 fans have signed the petition.


LES MISERABLES Fans Unite Against Changes to Original Staging

Almost 2.7K fans have signed a petition to save the original staging, begging Cameron Mackintosh: 'By all means keep the 'reimagined' one for tours but don't replace the original!'

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