London show, Les Miserables at the magnificent Queens Theatre is all set to
update its cast. Recently, Cameron Mackintosh made announcement regarding the
cast update of long running London Westend production from 15th June
2015 which is about to make entry into its 30th year.
The latest to
join the multi award winning and longest running London Westend production
includes Phil Daniels as ‘Thénardier’, Jeremy Secomb as ‘Javert’, Rachelle Ann
Go as ‘Fantine’; Katy Secombe as ‘Madame Thénardier’ and Zoë Doano as ‘Cosette.
The role of Jean
Valjean will be continued to be portrayed by Peter Lockyer, whereas Rob Houchen
will portray the role of Marius, along with Carrie Hope Fletcher as ‘Eponine’.
Bradley Jaden is currently in the ensemble and will play the role of ‘Enjolras’.
The huge ensemble of Les Miserables comprises of: Adam Bayjou; Sanne den
Besten; Edd Campbell Bird; Oliver Brenin; David Burnip; Jordan Lee Davies;
Tamsin Dowsett; Katy Hanna; Matthew Harvey; Matt Jeans; Charlotte Kennedy; Emma
Kingston; Jo Loxton; Luke McCall; Ryan O'Gorman; Jo Parsons; Adam Pearce;
Michael Riseley; Courney Stapleton; Jessamy Stoddart; Samantha Thomas; Lee Van
Geleen; Helen Walsh and Paul Wilkins.
October 1985, the original Cameron Mackintosh/Royal Shakespeare production made
its debut at the Barbican Theatre. On 4th December 1985, the show
was transferred to the Palace Theatre, whereas on 3rd April 2004,
the show was moved to the Queens Theatre.
winning London show is set against the backdrop of 19th century and
concerns love and bravery. Les Miserables is adapted from a famous novel by
Victor Hugo and penned by Alain Boublil and Claude- Michel Schonberg. Trevor
Nunn and John Caird adapted and directed the blockbuster London show. The show
features some great musical compositions such as ‘I Dreamed a Dream’, ‘On My
Own’ and ‘Bring Him Home.