‘Les Misérables’ Continues to Captivate Audiences, Extends West End Run Through 2025

In an exciting announcement for theater enthusiasts, the beloved musical ‘Les Misérables’ has officially extended its stay at the Sondheim Theatre in London’s West End into 2025. This extension comes with a detailed schedule for the 2024 Christmas season, signaling the production’s ongoing success and enduring appeal.

Starring in the current London cast are notable talents such as Peter Jöback, who mesmerizes audiences as Jean Valjean, and Stewart Clarke, who takes on the formidable role of Javert. They are joined by a stellar ensemble including Katie Hall as Fantine, Will Callan as Marius, Amena El-Kindy as Éponine, and Lulu-Mae Pears as Cosette, among others. In a recent update, Milan van Waardenburg is slated to assume the role of Jean Valjean starting 11 March.

The production boasts a comprehensive and talented company, featuring performers like Annabelle Aquino, Hazel Baldwin, and Brad Barnley, to name a few, contributing to the rich tapestry of the show’s narrative and musical excellence.

Produced by the renowned Cameron Mackintosh, ‘Les Misérables’ is the brainchild of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg, based on Victor Hugo’s iconic novel. The musical has captivated audiences worldwide with its stirring melodies, poignant lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer, and a narrative that resonates across ages. Its production team includes James Powell and Laurence Connor as directors and Matt Kinley for design, inspired by Hugo’s own art.

The Christmas schedule for 2024 promises an array of performances, ensuring fans have ample opportunity to experience the magic of ‘Les Misérables’ during the festive season. Highlights include multiple showings on key dates in December and early January, with special considerations for holiday observances.

‘Les Misérables’ continues to be a beacon of theatrical brilliance in the West End, showcasing the talents of a diverse cast and crew, and bringing Victor Hugo’s timeless story to life on stage. With its extension into 2025, the show affirms its place as a must-see for anyone seeking a profound and emotionally charged theater experience.

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