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The award winning London show,Les Miserables is running with packed houses at the magnificent Queen’sTheatre. The popular London West End theatre is positioned on the ShaftesburyAvenue. In the year 1907, theatre made its debut as a twin to the HicksTheatre, currently known as the Gielgud Theatre. W. G. R. Sprague designed boththe Queen’s and Gielgud theatre.

The original name of the theatrewas the Central Theatre, but was named as the Queens Theatre. At the foyer ofthe theatre, portrait of Queen Alexandra hangs. Tragedy struck the theatre anda bomb hit in September 1940. The direct hit led to the destruction of façadeand lobby. For almost two decades, the popular theatre remained closed. Aftertwenty years, theatre was renovated with modernised exterior.

However, the auditorium stillretains its stunning Edwardian décor. In July 1959, Queen’s theatre wasrefurbished and reopened. The theatre made its reopening with John Gielgud’ssolo performance in Shakespeare speeches and sonnets, Ages of Man. Thespectacular production of Cameron Mackintosh’s, Les Miserables was transferredto the Queen’s theatre after getting transferred from Palace Theatre andBarbican theatre! The show made its grand debut in the year 1986.

 On October 2005, the show celebrated its 20thanniversary at the venue and has become the longest running musical of alltime. For those who are planning to catch the show must book online advancetickets. The popular Queen’s Theatre is located on the Shaftesbury Avenue, whichis truly one of the most celebrated streets for theatre in London. This iscertainly a great place with neon lights and huge posters of the West End’sbiggest and popular shows.

Shaftesbury Avenue is the abodeof some of the most popular theatres offering endless options for eating,drinking and entertainment. You can also enjoy visit to Soho featuring huge networkof bars and restaurants. You can savour your taste buds with lip smackingChinese cuisine at the Chinatown.  

Leicester Square and PiccadillyCircus are some of the popular tourist spots located at a nearby distance fromthe theatre. You can also enjoy trip to Covent Garden featuring huge range of shops,museums and theatres. For those who are planning to visit the theatre, no needto worry! The popular Queen’s theatre is located at an easily accessiblelocation and can be commuted via various modes of commutations.

You can visit the theatre viatubes, as the nearest station is Piccadilly Circus, which is a 3 minute walkfrom the theatre and can be reached on either the Piccadilly or the Bakerlooline. You can also board bus numbers 14, 19, 22B, 38, 53, 88, 94 and 15. Youcan also hire a taxi or drive your own car, as the nearest car park to thetheatre is on Brewer Street a 2 minute walk away, and costs £26.00 for 4 hoursparking.

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Les Miserables

Date From 03/28/2004     Date From 10/31/2022
Event Information

51 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 6BA

Please contact the venue directly for information about disabled access (P: 123 4567 8901)

Bus Route
Bus Numbers: (Shaftesbury Avenue) 12, 14, 19, 38; (Regent Street) 6, 13, 15, 23, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453
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