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Poll: Should the revolving stage in the West End production of Les Misérables have been retained?

A scene from Les Miserables. Photo: Tristram Kenton A scene from long-running show Les Miserables. Photo: Tristram Kenton
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At the weekend, the original production of Les Misérables bid farewell to the West End. Later this year, a new version will reopen the Queen’s Theatre (which will itself be renamed the Sondheim Theatre). The loss of the original staging has been lamented by members of the original creative team, including designer John Napier. This week we’re asking: should the revolving stage in the West End production of Les Misérables have been retained?


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