Queen's Theatre London
The legendary London musical, Les Miserables is one of the most popular and enthralling plays int eh history of entertainment. The multi award winning masterpiece is the tale of a prisoner, Jean Valjean who has been released after nineteen years for stealing a loaf of bread. The longest running musical, Les Miserables is beautifully directed by Trevor Nunn and John Caird. The heart touching British musical is adapted from Victor Hugo’s classic.
The opulent Queen's Theatre has been designed along with Globe Theatre known today as the Gielgud Theatre. The services of the man who mastered the art of designing the twins, W.G.R. Sprague, were hired to design both these edifices. The initial plans were to name the venue as the Central Theatre; however the plans were later abandoned. Following the long debate, the recently built theatre was named the Queen’s Theatre London and a portrait of the then Queen Anne was hanged on its foyer.
On 24th September, 1940, a German bomb was dropped on the Queen’s Theatre. The incident badly damaged the facade and the lobby areas of the venue. An extensive refurbishment of the Queen’s Theatre was undertaken after the incident that had cost it’s the then owners a hefty sum of ₤250,000. The pristine Edwardian decors of the auditorium of the Queen’s Theatre were retained. However, Brian Westwood and Sir Hugh Casson, the duo who designed the exterior and the lobby areas of the Queen’s Theatre, incorporated modern appeals to it.
During early 90s, the Queen's Theatre was renovated extensively and recently again in the latter half of 2009. The opulent Queen's Theatre is positioned at the Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 6BA.
Les Miserables made its West End debut at the Palace Theatre London. The musical entertained audiences at the venue for coming eighteen years before being transferred to its present home. This stage adaptation of Hugo’s masterpiece has been entertaining audiences at the Queen’s Theatre London night after night since 2004.
The Les Miserables show takes audiences for a tour to the eighteenth century France. First published in 1862, the book is considered still today as one of the greatest classics written in the nineteenth century. The Les Miserables show is the tale of redemption, sacrifice, passions, emotions and a journey through unrequited love. Amid the backdrop of all this, undergoes a revolution that has taken an entire nation to its grips.
An internationally acclaimed classic, Les Miserables show has so far been seen by 65 million theatregoers in 42 countries of the globe. An ageless testimony of human survival, the enticing appeal of the Les Miserables show has been further boosted with mesmerizing numbers like On My Own, One More Day, and Do You Hear The People Sing.
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