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                  Sondheim Theatre( Formerly known as Queen's Theatre)

The all time popular London classic Les Miserables is one of the most loved international award winning musical which is driving the audience successfully to the Sondheim Theatre London! The magic and enigma of this blockbuster London show is unmatched and simply ruling the hearts and mind of theatre viewers from all across the globe. The heat touching saga of passion and destruction is beautifully presented at the backdrop of nation which is under a severe threat of revolution.

More 60million people have enjoyed the viewing of the show, Les Miserables in 42 countries and 21 different languages. Victor Hugo’s spectacular London classic is thrilling audience successfully from several years and still set the box office register ringing and creating huge records. The magnificent show has won several awards and acclamations from masses and critics.

Experience the magic of Les Miserables at the Sondheim Theatre London which is located at Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 6BA. With an occupancy of 990, the opulent theatre is well equipped with all the modern day facilities such as air-conditioning infra red sound amplification, wheel chair accessibility and tube station.

In the year 1907, Sondheim Theatre London was constructed as the twin of Gielgud Theatre which was beautifully designed by W G Sprague. Delfont Mackintosh Theatres Ltd is the current owners of this magnificent Queens Theatre London. On 8th October 1907, Sondheim Theatre marked its opening with Hicks Theatre also known as Gielgud Theatre!

Some of the amazing talents performed at Sondheim Theatre London 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, Rachel Kempson, Gertrude Lawrence, Robert Morley etc.

The theatre underwent huge destruction on September 1940 due to German bomb attack. The theatre has been the home to some of the most loved shows such as Contact; Cyberjam, and Les Miserables. So come and feel the magic of Les Mis at Queens Theatre London!

Venue Info

Shaftesbury Avenue , London W1D 6BA

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