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Queen's theatre in London featuring 1000 seats shows the theatre production Les Miserables.


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Queen's Theatre in London

The Queen's Theatre in London is currently showing Les Miserables, Cameron Mackintosh's legendary production of the world's most popular musical. This award-winning musical has been watched by more than 55 million folks universally in 221 cities, 38 countries and sung in 21 diverse languages. Currently in its 24th record-breaking year in London, this stunning version of Victor Hugo's work of art persists to delight spectators subsequently every night.

The Queen's Theatre in London was designed by W.G.R. Sprague and opened in 1900s and features over 1,000 seats. Early plays included the Sugar Bowl by Madeleine Lucette Riley, Tango Teas and Potash and Perlmutter by Montague Glass.

On 3rd April 2004 Cameron Mackintosh's musical occurrence Les Miserables moved from the London Palace Theatre where it had run for over 18 years and 7,602 acts. In 1999 Delfont Mackintosh Theatres Limited obtained the freehold of the London Queen's theatre and the Gielgud Theatres from Horsham, Christ's Hospital. The rent of the London Gielgud Theatre will relapse back from Really Useful Theatres to Delfont Mackintosh Theatres in March 2006 after which there are strategies to refurbish both the venues.

For more information on the Queen's Theatre shows in London, please phone 0870 950 0930

Visiting London Queen's Theatre:

Address: Shaftesbury Avenue, Westminster, London, W1D 6BA

Telephone: 08708 901 110

Nearest Underground Stations:
Piccadilly Circus Tube (4 minutes)
Leicester Square Tube (5 minutes)

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What's on at Queen's Theatre:
Les Miserables in London
Les Miserables in London
6th Oct '15
Les Miserables in London Queen's Theatre is the story of a chain gang member, Jean Valjean who had a chance to re-start his life, with the generosity of the Bishop of Digne. After changing his identity he goes on to become a pillar of the community as a factory owner and Major.
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