Les Miserbales : venue - Queens Theatre London

Queen’s Theatre is located at 51 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 6BA. Positioned on the famous Shaftesbury Avenue, the area boasts some of the finest and topmost London Westend shows. This is also the hub of some of the most popular theatres of the city. To make things more exciting for the visitors, there are innumerable options for eating, drinking and entertainment.

Soho is at the nearby distance with huge range of bars and restaurants for the visitors. If you are craving for Chinese eateries then simply go for Chinatown. Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus are also located at a nearby location. To make things memorable and enjoyable, there is array of shops, museums and theatres.

Queens Theatre is accessible via various modes of commutations such as buses, taxis, cars and tubes. With the reasonably large auditorium, Queen’s Theatre has huge occupancy of 1065 spread all over three levels. Theatre is categorized mainly into Stalls, Dress Circle and Upper Circle. For disabled patrons and their carers, Queen’s theatre offers discounted tickets. Theatre is well equipped with hearing loop infra-red system and 12 headsets.

In the year 1907, Queen’s Theatre made its remarkable debut and was mainly built as twin for Gielgud Theatre. W G R Sprague designed both the buildings and Queen’s was decorated in an Edwardian Renaissance Style. With a remarkable slow start with The Sugar Bowl, Queen’s Theatre went on becoming the major venue for topmost entertainment with some blockbuster shows such as Tango Teas, Potash and Perlmutter and The Fanatic. Restoration drama and Shakespearean classics were also performed here. Queen’s Theatre has witnessed outstanding performances of some of the greatest actors such as John Gielgud, Fred Astaire, Kenneth Branagh, Marlene Dietrich, Alec Guinness, Laurence Olivier, Basil Rathbone and Maggie Smith. After being hit by bomb, theatre was inactive for 20 years and was reopened in the year 1959. Some of the notable productions of 21st century are The Hobbit, Contact, The Rocky Horror Show, Cyberjam, The Taming of the Shrew and The Tamer Tamed.

So Come and feel the magic of mesmerizing London musical Les Miserables at the magnificent Queens Theatre London! The international award winning London musical is wooing the audience successfully to the theatres from years. The heart touching saga of passion and destruction has been enjoyed by more than 60 million people from all over the globe and has been performed in 42 countries in 21 languages. The Victor Hugo’s classic masterpiece is thrilling audience successfully and has won several awards and acclamations!

Catch the awesome London musical Les Miserables atqueens Theatre London which is located 51 Shaftesbury Ave, London, Greater London W1D 6BA, United Kingdom! The stunning theatre has occupancy of 1074 and marked its debut on 8th October 1907. W G R Sprague designed the splendid theatre. Earlier, there were plans to name the theatre as Central Theatre. However after a long discussion, they settled for Queen’s Theatre and also hung a portrait of Queen Alexandra in the foyer.

Comic Show, The Sugar Bowl by Madeline Lucette was the first performance at the opulent Queens Theatre. However, the first show failed to rouse the viewer’s expectations and failed miserably with 36 performances. On the contrary, Queens Theatre was largely appreciated by the critics and masses. On 10th October 1907, theatre was described by The Stage as a tow-tier house with 1200 persons. Theatre exhibiting brilliant color scheme of white and gold with complimenting carpets, hangings and upholstery!

The magnificent Queen’s Theatre has hosted some of the most talented people of the world such as Peggy Ashcroft, Fred and Adele Astaire, Tallulah Bankhead, Kenneth Branagh, Noël Coward, Michael Redgrave, Miranda Richardson, Margaret Rutherford, Fiona Shaw, Nigel Havers, Maggie Smith, Sybil Thorndike, Nick Jonas, and Ramin Karimloo.

A German destroyed the façade and lobby areas of the Queen’s Theatre in September 1940. At that time. Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca was running which was starring Celia Johnson, Owen Nares and Margaret Rutherford. Theatre took 20 years and ₤250,000 to get restored by Westwood Sons & Partners. Queen’s Theatre marked its reopening on 8th July 1959 with Shakespeare speeches and sonnets, Ages of Man. It was a solo performance by John Gielgud.

Catch the heart touching London musical, Les Miserables at the magnificent Queens Theatre London! Critically acclaimed award winning London show is the story of passion and destruction and set against the backdrop of French Revolution. The magnificent show is enjoyed by 60 million people from all across the world in 42 countries and 21 languages. Experience the heart touching show based on the Victor Hugo’s masterpiece at the stunningqueens Theatre London!

The opulent Queen’s Theatre is a popular London Westend Theatre which is positioned in the Shaftesbury Avenue on the Wardour Street in the City of Westminister. On 8th October 1907, theatre marked its opening as a twin to the Hicks Theatre, which is now called as Gieldgud Theatre. W G R Sprague designed both the theatres.

Earlier, it was planned to name as the Central Theatre, but after heated discussions, it was named as Queen’s Theatre with a huge portrait of Queen Alexandra in the foyer. At the Queen’s Theatre, The Sugar Bowl, a rib tickling comedy by Madeline Lucette Ryley was its first production. The show didn’t run well and failed with just 36 performances.

Some world renowned talents have performed at the Queens Theatre, such as Peggy Ashcroft, Fred and Adele Astaire, Tallulah Bankhead, Kenneth Branagh, Noël Coward, Henry Daniell, Marlene Dietrich, Robert Donat, Edith Evans, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., John Gielgud, Cedric Hardwicke, Jack Hawkins, Nigel Hawthorne, Celia Johnson, Jane Lapotaire, Alec Guinness etc.

On September 1940, Queens Theatre was destroyed by a German bomb, which led to the destruction of façade and lobby areas. It took almost two decades to reopen the theatre with a restoration of ₤250,000 by Westwood Sons & Partners. The Edwardian décor was retained whereas lobbies and exterior underwent restoration. In the year 1972, English Heritage listed the theatre as Grade II.

Cameron Mackintosh’s legendary production Les Miserables is ruling at the Queens Theatre since 2004 and still going strong. Some of the notable productions of Queens Theatre are The Hobbit, The Rocky Horror Show, Cyberjam, The Taming of the Shrew etc.

The phenomenal London show, Les Miserables has recently won the 2012 Olivier Award. The award winning musical is one of the longest running musicals and still driving audience to the theatres. The magic of London show is inescapable as the Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular production simply mesmerizes the theatre lovers.queens Theatre London is running the London musical with packed houses.

The popular London musical features some of the brilliant musical numbers, such as At the end of the day, I dreamed a dream, One day more, On my own, Empty Chairs at Empty Tables and Bring him home. The intensely gripping drama of Jean Valean and Police Inspector Javert spell binds the audience in the theatres.

Les Miserables london

is an all time popular saga of passion and destruction set against the backdrop nation. The show has been enjoyed by more than 60 million people across the globe in 42 countries and 21 languages. The Victor Hugo’s classic masterpiece has been both critically and massively acclaimed.

queens Theatre

is a popular Westend Theatre positioned in Shaftesbury Avenue on Wardour Street in City of Westminister. Some of the popular recent productions are The Hobbit, Mysteries, Umoja, The Rocky Horror Show, Les Miserables and many more.

The magic of London musical, Les Miserables can be enjoyed at fullest at

Queens Theatre

! We offer safe and secure booking with seat allocation made before the payment done. All booking will be done from the official STAR Retailers. So, get your tickets now and have a memorable experience!
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