How much are tickets to Les Miserables?

Currently, Les Miserables tickets at Vivid Seats start at $31. There are always great deals to be found at Vivid Seats. The get-in price, or lowest price for a ticket to the Les Miserables tour 2019, is $31.

Tuesday Ticket Tricks: How to buy cheaper tickets for Les

  1. Kids Week.
  2. TKTS Booth.
  3. Avoid booking fees.
  4. Standing Room.
  5. See Tickets sometimes sell their tickets even cheaper than direct from the box office.
  6. Take A Group – while they won’t be the cheapest tickets available, they’re often the best value.
  7. Get Into London Theatre.
  8. Otherwise, book in advance.

Likewise, what time does Les Miserables start and finish? 4 answers. Show begins at 7.30, there’s a fifteen minute interval around 9.00, then the show starts again at 9.15. Curtain down is around 10.30pm. Overall running time, interval included, is three hours.

Beside above, how long is the performance of Les Miserables?

Show Length and Times Les Misérables lasts for 2 hours and 50 minutes, including a 20 minute interval. Evening performances for the show begin at 7.30pm, Monday to Saturday, and matinees are on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2.30pm.

Which cinemas will show Les Miserables?

Les Miserables will return to the Sondheim Theatre (formerly the Queen’s Theatre) on 18 December 2019.

Is Les Mis still on in London?

The West End’s longest-running musical, Les Misérables has been enjoyed by over 70 million people in 42 countries and in 22 languages around the globe and is still breaking box-office records as it passes its 30th year in London.

What shows are on the West End?

Featured West End Musicals in 2020 Disney’s The Lion King. Lyceum Theatre. Dear Evan Hansen. Noël Coward Theatre. Hamilton. Victoria Palace Theatre. The Prince of Egypt. Dominion Theatre. Pretty Woman: The Musical. Piccadilly Theatre. Only Fools And Horses. Theatre Royal Haymarket. TINA – The Tina Turner Musical. MAMMA MIA!

What Theatre is Les Mis in London?

Sondheim Theatre

What time is Les Miserables tonight?

What time is Les Miserables on TV tonight? Les Miserables kicks off tonight, Sunday 30 December, on BBC One at 9pm so make sure you’ve eaten dinner and topped up your wine glasses before then. Each episode is one-hour long so it will be finished at 10pm.

What shows are currently playing in London?

Top 10 London musicals and shows The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre. The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre. Wicked at the Apollo Victoria. Mary Poppins at the Prince Edward Theatre. Tina – The Tina Turner Musical at Aldwych Theatre. Matilda The Musical at the Cambridge Theatre. Come From Away at Phoenix Theatre.

How do I get cheap Theatre tickets in London?

Make sure you buy from reputable sources such as STAR members (The Society of Ticket Agents & Retailers). Book tickets online. Visit the London TKTS booth. Get a London Pass. Choose a weekend theatre break package. Try for standby tickets and returns. Be a groundling at Shakespeare’s Globe. Win the ticket lottery.

What does Les Miserables mean in English?

The literal meaning of les miserables is “the miserable ones.” The characters are french and the book is centered around their lives. The time period is the early 1800’s. The main character is known as Jean Valjean. He is an ex-convict who is struggling with sorting his life out.

Is Les Miserables based on a true story?

Les Misérables was inspired in part by the true story of Eugène-François Vidocq, who turned a criminal career into an anti-crime industry. In Les Misérables, Hugo split him into two characters, Valjean and Javert, at odds with each other. So this is a kind of 18th century Fight Club. With singing.

What did Jean Valjean die from?

So in terms of timeline in the book and in the movie, I would put his death being 1834 to 1840, as the rebellion that nearly cost Marius his life occurred in June of 1832, as well as giving time for Valjean to “whither.” As for a cause of death… I would go with sudden cardiac arrest.

What does Fantine die of?

Fantine died of consumption, but that is the same disease we today call tuberculosis. The film you are referring to, and also the musical, are all based on the classic novel written by Victor Hugo. In that novel, it is clear that Fantine dies of the disease known at that time as “consumption.”

How do you pronounce Les Miserables?

To pronounce “Les Miserables,” start by saying the first word as “lay.” Then, begin the next word by saying “me” with a long “e” sound — just like the English word “me”! Next, add on the syllable “zeh,” with a soft z sound (like in the word “zero”) and a short e sound (like in “bed”).

Is Les Miserables coming back to Toronto?

Les Misérables. By popular demand, Cameron Mackintosh’s acclaimed production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg’s Tony Award-winning musical phenomenon, Les Misérables returns to Toronto.

Why did Javert let Valjean go?

Javert reveals his reasons in the song he sings when he commits suicide. Javert kills himself because the mercy shown to him by Jean Valjean so disrupts his black and white world view that he cannot bear to live in a world he no longer understands.

Who is starring in Les Miserables now?

New Les Misérables West End cast to include Carrie Hope Fletcher, Jon Robyns and Bradley Jaden | WhatsOnStage.