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Les Miserables - The 25th Anniversary in Concert at the O2
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In celebration of 25 years of one of the world's most popular stage musicals, this event at London's O2 Arena sees a star-studded cast of over 500 actors and musicians performing songs from the show.
Seen by over 57 million people worldwide in 42 countries and in 21 languages, Les Miserables is undisputedly one of the world’s most popular musicals. In celebration of 25 incredible years of the world’s longest running musical, Les Miserables marks this momentous occasion with a spectacular performance at The O2. With a host of over 500 actors and musicians, this star studded cast includes Alfie Boe as ‘Jean Valjean’, Nick Jonas as ‘Marius’, Norm Lewis as ‘Javert’, Matt Lucas as ‘Thénardier’, Lea Salonga as ‘Fantine’, Jenny Galloway as ‘Madame Thénardier’, Camilla Kerslake as ‘Cosette’, Ramin Karimloo as ‘Enjolras’, Samantha Barks as ‘Eponine’ and the casts of the Original Production at the Queen’s Theatre, the New 25th Anniversary Production at the Barbican, London and members of the Original 1985 London cast.
This is the biggest Les Mis ever.
1 Prologue/Look Down
2 Valjean's Soliloquy
3 At the End of the Day
4 I Dream A Dream
5 Lovely Ladies
6 Fantine's Arrest
7 Runaway Cart, The
8 Who Am I
9 Fantine's Death
10 Confrontation, The
11 Castle on a Cloud
12 Master of the House
13 Bargain (the Waltz of Treachery), The
14 Paris/Look Down
15 Robbery, The
17 ABC Café/Red and Black
18 Do you Hear the People Sign
19 In My Life
20 Heart Full of Love, A
21 Attack On Rue Plumet, The
22 One Day More
23 Building The Barricade
24 On My Own
25 Barricade, The
26 Little Fall Of Rain, A
27 First Attack, The
28 Drink With Me
29 Bring Him Home
30 Second Attack, The
31 Final Battle, The
32 Sewers, The/Dog Eats Dog/Sweres Walk
33 Javert's Soliloquy
35 Empty Chairs At Empty Tables
36 Heart Full Of Love, A
37 Valjean's Confession
38 Wedding, The
39 Beggars At The Feast
41 Bring Him Home
42 One Day More
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I absolutely loved the 10th Annversary Concert but this did not compare.
Some of the singing was excellent, but good acting and emotion generally were sadly lacking. It was also puzzling to follow as there were no titles put on screen (as there were in the 10th Concert). And confusing eg there was no mention of the ring until the wedding ball.
Alfie Boe was excellent as Valjean as was Ramin Kariloo as Enjolras, and Jenny Galloway reprising Mme Thenardier.
Samantha Barks was good as Eponine (she was better in the film), Katie Hall was a sweet Cosette and Norm Lewis as Javert had a nice voice. ok. But then it goes downhill.
Lea Solonga who was a lovely Eponine previously, struggled as Fantine. She needed to control her vibrato and it got strained when she tried to raise the volume.
I wasn't convinced by Matt Lucas's Thenardier. Too over the top.
Nick Jonas as Marius was dreadful. He didn't have either the voice or the presence for this. He struggled with the notes, strained to produce any volume and his unconvincing acting was absolutely pathetic. This was painfully confirmed when Michael Ball came on at the end with other 1985 original cast members and sang and acted beautifully and without effort.
The best bit was the encore, where Colm Robinson and 3 other Valjeans - including Alfie Boe - sang Bring Him Home together, then original cast members sang together and reminded us how good it could be.
I loved the speeches from Cameron Mac and the writers.
Unfortunately, I didn't realise it was at the 02 Arena !. Dreadful big screens, no room for scenery, and the singers stood in front of huge, static microphones.
Looked rather silly at the death scenes, watching them "dieing" whilst standing singing.
Very dissapointed in that, but it was my error, in not reading the Amazon description fully !.
I had heard of Les Miserables previously but I never really knew what it was or what it was about. I sighed as soon as the singing started in the film as musicals have never appealed to me and I really thought I wasn't going to enjoy the film from that point on. How wrong I was!
Les Miserables is the greatest film I have ever seen and the first thing I did after returning home from the cinema was purchase this DVD of the stage version. It just blew me away, the music, the acting, the storyline, everything about Les Miserables is epic and an emotional tour de force.
I enjoyed the stage version just as much as the film and I am now more open minded about musicals. There is a great souvenir booklet included with this DVD which gives a brief history of the musical. My only regret in purchasing this DVD is that I never attended the live show, watching the recording is the next best thing. If you haven't already seen the motion picture, I thoroughly recommend you purchase that as well, hell I'm even going to buy the soundtrack it's that good and I haven't purchased a CD in years!
Franchement, un grand auteur français (Victor Hugo), une mise en scène musicale faite par un français (Claude -Michel Schönberg), une histoire écrite par un français (Alain Boublil), et quasiment aucun succès en France !! Quelle honte. Il aura fallu la largeur d'esprit de nos amis anglais pour concevoir un tel spectacle. Merci à Mr Cameron Mackintosh, merci à Herbert Kretzmer.
Je connaissais la salle (j'ai vu Barry Manilow en 2011 à l'O2 Arena). Mais là....!!
Pendant trois heures, j'ai eu "le coeur dans la gorge".
Je vous assure que c'est le plus beau spectacle que j'ai jamais vu
I am French, and I love musicals.
Frankly, a great French writer (Victor Hugo), a staged musical made by a French (Claude-Michel Schönberg), a story written by a French (Alain Boublil), and almost no energy success in France!What a shame!!
It took the open-mindedness of our English friends to design such a spectacle. Thank you to Mr Cameron Mackintosh, thank you to Herbert Kretzmer.
I knew the O2 Arena (I saw Barry Manilow in 2011). But there .....!!
For three hours, I "had my heart in my throat".
I assure you that it is today, the best show I've seen.
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Wonderful to see all the past cast members