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Poll: Are you disappointed that the original London production of Les Miserables is leaving the West End?

Les Miserables at the Queen's in London's West End. Photo: Shutterstock Les Miserables at the Queen's in London's West End. Photo: Shutterstock
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Last week, Les Miserables producer Cameron Mackintosh announced that when the musical returns to the Queen’s Theatre in December – following a period of refurbishment at the venue – the original London production will be replaced by a newer version of the show.

Following the news, more than 800 people signed a petition calling on Mackintosh to save the original production in London.

This week we’re asking: Are you disappointed that the original London production of Les Miserables is leaving the West End?


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