Les Miserables on Broadway Closing

Les Miserables has been on the Broadway stage since March 2014, and will finally close the doors in a couple of weeks on 4th September 2016.  At that time there will have been 1,016 performances at the Imperial Theatre.

The Broadway revival of Les Mis has featured stars such as Alfie Boe as Jean Valjean,  and John Owen-Jones.  John Owen-Jones was the youngest actor to ever play the role of Jean Valjean in London’s West End. He also gains notoriety because he is also one of the few actors to have played the role both in London and on Broadway. Directed by James Powell and Laurence Connor, the show includes many award-winning actors in the cast.

Les Miserables is based on a novel by Victor Hugo and the stage show is written by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg. Les Mis the musical was first seen on the Broadway stage in 1987 and the previous revival was in 2006.

However, for all Les Mis fans, do not fear – we are booking tickets for Les Miserables at the Queens Theatre in London – presently through until March 2017.



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