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- Posted:Wednesday, June 2, 2010
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See the 25th anniversary of Les Miserables in London
It's a fascinating musical and I reckon it will be even better in a location like that it's huge. The organisers are putting on that particular show in the venue as one of three to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
There will also be performances at the Barbican - where it began in October 1985 - for 20 nights and the Queen's Theatre, which should ensure plenty of people get to see the fantastic spectacle.
But there's more than that to entice you, because the organisers have also managed to sort out some top people to be in it but one member of Jo Bro! Nick Jonas will be taking to the stage in the music and alongside him will be half of one of English comedy's finest double acts - Matt Lucas, who is in Little Britain with David Walliams. What a line-up.
Joining them will be a cast of 300 performers to ensure the night is an outstanding piece of entertainment, whichever location you choose to watch it from.
Tickets are on sale from June 6th for the O2 show so hopefully you'll manage to get lucky and secure yourself one.
Some of the things I like the best about this particular musical are the superbly drawn images, scenery and staging which were all inspired by the legendary writer Victor Hugo.
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