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Amazing show. Fabulous cast every single one of them. We had seats in the stalls E3&4, great view and added plus is that you can see all their facial expressions etc.
I phoned the theatre the day before as I have limited mobility, a very...More
We have just left having attended the matinee of Les Miserables. The doors opened at 2 and we got out at 5.30. My Mum is not able to walk far so we emailed the theatre beforehand. Vincent, the Deputy Manager, was so helpful. We had...More
Came here to see les mis, which was obviously amazing. But what was more amazing was that we sat right on the very back row on the top tier as there was limited availability and these were cheap. We still saw everything except a couple...More
This is the second time to see Les Misables there and it still give me surprises and amusement.
Perfect with the live Orchestra on the show !
Perfect with the Actors and Actress with their stage performance and the Songs !
Everything’s is lovely !!...More
The show was amazing- my friend and I loved it. The singing, the sets the make-up etc all excellent.
I would also like to thank the member of staff on the door who gave assistance to my friend ,who has difficulty walking.
He Showed us...More
This is a marmite show. You're going to absolutely love this or hate with a passion.
Unquestionably a good production, staging marvellous, cast strong....
It is just so unbelievably boring, very long and songs to slash your wrists to.
My wife and daughter loved it!...More
This was my 5th time the show but first in many years.
Not been to the Queens Theatre before and a pleasant surprise.
Lovely feel and very accessible.
Very clean and the staff were great.
All this in addition to get another amazing performance.
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We sat in the third or fourth row of the balcony toward the middle and it was a great view and they were likely lower priced seats. The seats are very close together but I suspect that the whole theatre is that way.