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Wednesday, 23 January 2019
Sunday, 27 January 2019
If you've seen Le Miserables, you'll already know how well the French author Victor Hugo's work translates to musical theatre. Now here's another Hugo special for you, inspired by the same book that drove Lloyd-Webber to write Phantom of the Opera. It's Notre Dame de Paris, and it's in the capital for a strictly limited run of seven performances. It's a record-breaker, enjoying a reputation for the most successful first year of any musical... ever. And it takes over the magnificent London Coliseum in early 2019, a magical monster of a show whose score has been recorded at least seven times.
The third-biggest-selling chart single in French history comes from the show, the beautiful 'Belle'. Notre Dame de Paris has been delighting huge audiences for twenty years, touring 23 countries and produced in nine different languages. This is possibly the most faithful adaption of Hugo's classic tale of love and tragedy, the story of the unfortunate cathedral bell-ringer Quasimodo and his doomed passion for the gorgeous gypsy dancer Esmeralda. If you adored Phantom of the Opera, this show will also knock you for six with its huge cast and glittering plot.