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The Greatest Musical of All Time

It is common for many West End shows to receive “legendary” status after they have enjoyed a good few years of success. However, when thinking of shows which are truly legendary, there is one production which stands head and shoulders above all others.

Les Miserables is without doubt one of the greatest theatrical successes in West End history. Since its opening in London in 1985, the show has accrued enviable critical acclaim, received countless awards, and been widely heralded as the greatest musical of all time. Of course, the huge success of the show comes from the wonderfully engaging story of love, desire and courage. Such a story resonates with people all across the world and the incredible music heightens the emotion of the tale so much that the hearts of audiences everywhere simply cannot help but be stirred. It is these simple but gloriously delicious aspects which have made the show so successful over the last 25 years. To date, Les Mis has been translated into more than 20 different languages and been seen in over 40 countries by more than 50 million people. And, with new fans becoming hooked every year, it is more than likely that the show will carry on being hugely successful for another 25 years.

 Why not experience the magic of the greatest musical ever produced for yourself by taking advantage of our great discount theatre tickets here at Feel the drama and live the passion by booking your tickets today.
Written by LondonTheatreStore on 19 September 2011 15:19:00

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