Photos: Take a Look at Striking New Images of London's Long-Running Les Misérables
The international hit musical continues at the Sondheim Theatre.
Olivier nominee Killian Donnelly, recently seen as Bruce Bechdel in Fun Home at Dublin's Gate Theatre, is currently playing a limited return engagement as Jean Valjean in the London production of Les Misérables at the Sondheim Theatre.
Donnelly succeeded Josh Piterman, who
departed the production October 21, 2023.
The London production also currently stars Bradley Jaden as Javert (Stewart Clarke returns January 29),
Katie Hall as Fantine, Will Callan as Marius, Amena El-Kindy as Éponine,
Lulu-Mae Pears as Cosette, Luke Kempner as Thénardier, Claire Machin as
Madame Thénardier, and Djavan van de Fliert as Enjolras.
The company is completed by Annabelle
Aquino, Hazel Baldwin, Brad Barnley, Michael Baxter, Emily Olive Boyd,
Rosy Church, Ben Culleton, Matthew Dale, Matt Dempsey, Sophie-May Feek,
Matt Hayden, Tom Hext, Christopher Jacobsen, Jessica Johns-Parsons,
Yazmin King, Sam Kipling, Anouk van Laake, Harry Lake, Sarah Lark, Ellie
Ann Lowe, Ben Oatley, Adam Pearce, Jordan Simon Pollard, Jonathan
Stevens, Phoebe Williams, and Ollie Wray.
Check out new production photos of the long-running hit below:
This production officially opened January 16, 2020, following previews that began December 18, 2019.
Les Misérables is written by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel
Schönberg and is based on the novel by Victor Hugo. It has music by
Schönberg, lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer and original French text by
Boublil and Jean-Marc Natel, additional material by James Fenton, and an
adaptation by Trevor Nunn and John Caird.
Directed by James Powell and Laurence Connor, the Cameron Mackintosh
production also features orchestrations by Stephen Metcalfe, Christopher
Jahnke, and Stephen Brooker with original orchestrations by John
Cameron, designs by Matt Kinley (inspired by the paintings of Victor
Hugo), costumes by Andreane Neofitou and Christine Rowland, lighting by
Paule Constable, sound by Mick Potter, musical staging by Michael
Ashcroft and Geoffrey Garratt, and music supervision by Stephen Brooker
and Alfonso Casado Trigo.