TO OUR FRIENDS OVERSEAS IN THE UK, LIVE THEATER IS BACK!!!! After long crazy months, the lights are starting to brighten up again on London's West End. This week marks an exciting time to see many of the greatest shows wow audiences where it belongs.

Beginning tomorrow, people will once again HEAR THE PEOPLE SING as the legendary Les Miserables returns to its longtime home at the Sondheim Theatre (formerly The Queens). However since we are still coping with ongoing safety precautions, it will be done socially distant & performed as the critically acclaimed staged concert production from last year. It will feature majority of the main principals all returning leading a full company of 50 including….

Alfie Boe and John Owen-Jones alternating the role of "Jean Vailjean",

Olivier Award winner Michael Ball as "Inspector Javert",

Carrie Hope Fletcher as "Fantine",

Matt Lucas as "Thernadier",

SHAN AKO as "Eponine",

and more.

As you can see in the video, this concert production's main principal cast are all smiles & feeling super emotional of making their way back home to work.

LES MISERABLES: THE STAGED CONCERT will be performed for a strictly limited engagement from tomorrow, December 5th, 2020 through February 28th, 2021. The show is expecting to return afterwards as its usual full length staging with the NEW production later on.

In addition for everyone's continued safety, people in the company along with your fellow Theatergoers will be dealing with temperature and COVID tests. It also has been restricted to a limited 50% capacity even for venues that had actively taken steps to socially distance audience members. For every performance of LES MIZ, a limited seating capacity of under 600 will be present in the Sondheim. Most importantly, the audiences will have to wear their masks the entire show.


Break a leg to the entire cast, crew, musicians, and creative team of LES MIZ: THE STAGED CONCERT.

Who is happy to see the West End back?!!!

Lights up in West End as Les Mis welcomes socially distanced audience | ITV News

Cameron Mackintosh says the story of Les Mis is one for our times – the triumph of the human spirit.

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