See Les Misérables at the Sondheim Theatre and join the millions worldwide who have fallen in love with the musical.
What is the show about?
Set in France during the 1800s, Les Mis tells the story of prisoner Jean Valjean who is hunted for decades by the ruthless policeman Javert after breaking his parole.
The story also centres around Fantine, a young woman forced into prostitution to pay her debts, and her daughter Cosette.
You'll probably recognise some of the most famous songs from Les Misérables, including "On My Own", "I Dreamed a Dream" and "Bring Him Home".
The musical is based on the novel of the same name by Victor Hugo.
How to get tickets?
How long is the musical?
Les Misérables lasts for two hours and 50 minutes, with a 20-minute interval.
What time is the evening show?
Evening performances usually take place at 7.30pm, on Mondays and from Wednesday to Saturday. There are currently no performances on Tuesdays.
When are the matinee performances?
Les Misérables matinee performances take place on Wednesdays, Thursdays Saturday and Sundays, usually at 2.30pm - although times may vary. Be sure to check this in advance of booking.
Where is it playing?
Les Misérables is currently playing at the Sondheim Theatre, formerly the Queen's Theatre, in London.