YOU AT THE BARRICADES LISTEN TO THIS!! As many of us know, Live Theater is on its way to a comeback. Kicking it all off in the UK is the legendary musical Les Miserables is set to relaunch in London's West End run this holiday season. However, it will be performed from December 5th, 2020-Ferbruary 28th, 2021 at the acclaimed Staged Concert production on the stage of the Sondheim Theatre (formerly The Queens Theatre).
However, we got more exciting news. When the Staged Concert concludes, LES MIZ will go once again on a brief hiatus and will reopen again (as a normal stage production before COVID hit) with the updated NEW production from Sir Cameron Mackintosh \that began this past January before the virus began to hit.
The NEW Production itself was originally created for the show's legendary 25th Anniversary that toured originally across the UK, played London (along with the show's original London staging at the same time), played Broadway in 2014, and has continued to be performed all around the world. The production directed by Laurence Connor tributes elements from the original production along with updates inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo (the man who wrote the original Novel).
As of now, talks are being made saying the beloved musical will DREAM THE DREAM as a usual stage production again starting May 2021. However on one condition….. The UK Government has withdrawn social distancing and they've reached Stage 5 allowing full capacity audiences.
With the current Staged Concert, there will only be a strictly limited 50% capacity inside the Sondheim Theatre. There will also be constant COVID testings, temperature checks, and social distancing both in the house & everyone involved with the production.
Who is excited to HEAR THE PEOPLE SING once again?!!!
⭐ LES MISÉRABLES – WEST END RETURN PLANNED FOR MAY 2021 ⭐ West End super producer Cameron Mackintosh has stated plans to re-open the West End production of Les Misérables from May 2021. Accor…
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