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Les Misérables at Sondheim Theatre

Now the world’s longest running musical, discover Cameron Mackintosh’s global stage sensation of Boublil and Schonberg’s Les Misérables in the heart of London’s West End.

Event Info

Date & Time

May 29 - October 03


Sondheim Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, UK

Tickets & Prices


Monday - Saturday 7.30pm

Wednesday & Saturday 2.30pm

The performance schedule is subject to change without notice.


The running time of LES MISÉRABLES is 2 hours 50 minutes including a 15 minute interval.


From £45 each

Please check individual performances for price availability.

Book Tickets

Looking for a stage-show sensation to sweep you off your feet?

Get ready to immerse yourself in the international award-winning musical Les Misérables, reopening at Shaftesbury Avenue’s Sonheim Theatre from 29th May 2021.

Set amid the social and political struggles of 19th century France, West End favourite Les Misérables tells the story of former prisoner Jean Valjean, who is pursued for decades by his policeman nemesis, Javert. Their epic cat-and-mouse journey takes them from the French fields to the gritty Parisian sewers, amidst an enthralling story of broken dreams, unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption – a timeless testament to the survival of the human spirit.

The dramatic score of Les Misérables includes songs such as On My Own, One Day More and Do You Hear The People Sing? Its best known song, perhaps, is I Dreamed A Dream, made famous through numerous cover versions by artists ranging from Katherine Jenkins to Susan Boyle.

Now, seen by more than 120 million people worldwide in 52 countries and in 22 languages, this spectacular musical adaptation of Victor Hugo’s masterpiece continues to thrill audiences night after night.

Pre-book tickets from £45 each and prepare for a magnificent relaunch of one of London’s must-see musicals.

Book tickets online here.

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