Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Les Miserables To Feature 3 Valjean's in 2012

View the Article: http://www.theatretickets-london.co.uk/article/lesmiserablestohaveleadingmenin-252.htm
Les Miserables, the smash hit long running west end stage show musical will have no less than 3 leading men playing Jean Valjean in 2012, as Ramin Karimloo extends his run in the show, David Shannon will then play a short season and Géronimo Rauch joins the long-running musical.



Karimloo, who was a nominee at the 2011 Olivier Awards with MasterCard for his performance as the Phantom in Love Never Dies, will star in the role in Les Miserables of the former convict who strives to make a better life until 31st March 2012.



Following that the outgoing star Karimloo will be replaced by the returning revolutionary David Shannon who has also previously played the lead role in the long-running musical. Like Karimloo, he is a former Olivier Award nominee, receiving a nomination for his performance in The Beautiful Game, and a former Phantom, and will star in the hit show from 3rd April to the 16th June.



Geronimo Rauch, is the new boy who begins a year's contract with the musical on 18th June, and may be a fresh face to the West End, but is certainly no Les Miserables newcomer, having played Valjean in both Barcelona and his native Argentina.



The cast of the West End favourite also includes Hadley Fraser, Caroline Sheen, Alexia Khadime, Cameron Blakely, Katy Secombe, Liam Tamne Lisa-Anne Wood and Craig Mather.



Les Miserables, which features a classic musical score including I Dreamed A Dream, On My Own and Bring Him Home, is currently in the running for the 2012 BBC Radio 2 Olivier Audience Award along with no less than 15 other long-running London hits. The coveted prize is the only Olivier Award that is voted for by members of the actual theatregoing public.



Theatre tickets in London to Les Miserables and all west end stage shows plays and musicals are available to book securely online through both BmyConcierge and Theatre Tickets London.

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