Les Misérables is coming to the Bristol Hippodrome: dates, tickets and more

Les Misérables is coming to the Bristol Hippodrome: dates, tickets and more

Posted on: 06 Sep 2019

Seen by over 120 million people worldwide, Les Misérables has to be one of the world’s most popular musicals. 

***GET LES MISERABLES BRISTOL TICKETS HERE***

Now Bristol has the chance to see the famed musical drama between Tuesday 7 April and Saturday 9 May 2020 at the Bristol Hippodrome.Katie Hall to play ‘Fantine’ in next year’s productionBased on the 1862 novel by Victor Hugo, the story of Les Misérables follows the life of French peasant Jean Valjean and his desire for redemption.

 

Adapted for the stage and screen countless times, the upcoming production of Les Misérables is the brainchild of renowned theatrical producer Cameron Mackintosh.

 

Released in 2009, Mackintosh’s first production run of Les Misérables saw a sold-out, two-month run at London’s Barbican Centre, before moving to the West End.The story is set in the French Revolutionary period This is no surprise, of course. Mackintosh is responsible for producing huge shows including Oliver!, Miss Saigon and Cats.

 

A decade on from the production’s U.K. premiere, the upcoming tour will feature a plethora of primed actors including the West End’s Dean Chisnall (as protagonist Javert), who performed in the show’s original run.

 

Tickets for Les Misérables will go on Wednesday 25 September 2019 at 10am - Get tickets here.

 

To avoid disappointment, we’d recommend getting tickets as soon as you can. We reckon this will be a sell-out. 
Photos: Matthew Murphy


Les Misérables follows a string of notable productions making their way to the Bristol Hippodrome. 

 

At the moment, The Lion King is enjoying a near-sold out run, while tickets for some of the U.K.'s biggest comics are flying out. 


The Bristol Hippodrome is located: St Augustine's Parade, Bristol BS1 4UZ. 


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Kate Hutchison

Kate Hutchison, co-Editor 365Bristol.com & Editor 365Bath.com 

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