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Queen's Theatre

51 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 6BA, England
+44 20 7099 0930
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Les Miserables Theater Show
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“les miserables” (127 reviews)
“upper circle” (27 reviews)
“dress circle” (26 reviews)
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51 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 6BA, England
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Reviewed yesterday

My husband and I took the train to London, specifically to see Les Mis at the Queen's Theatre at the matinee performance. We joined the queue outside for 1.45pm (when the doors were due to open). After quite some time, a voice was heard over...More

Thank Jo B
Reviewed 5 days ago

I took my wife as a surprise to see Les miserables at the Queen's theatre. I would recommend anyone to see it. We sat in the stalls and had a great view. Plenty of bars and lovely staff.

Thank Philip B
Reviewed 1 week ago

My boyfriend treated me to dinner and show the night he proposed. Lovely theatre and great show! A must see!!

Thank Alex H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a nice theatre with very helpful staff, bar prices typical for London. Les Mis will continue for another 25 years if they maintain the production standard. Plenty of restaurants nearby.

Thank fozzie555
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you don't have the best seats in the house (we paid extra for the best seats possible), I can't imagine how one could enjoy this theater. It's a vertical theater, however the views are blocked in many cases. The ceilings are beautiful but it...More

Thank Miss C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

the play is a masterpiece and the performance we saw recently was fantastic.but im writing in to say a big thank you to the queens theatre for the way we were looked after given my wife's ms disability.our tickets were in one of the circles.loads...More

Thank richard_powell1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Had a lovelt time here. The performance was fabulous. The venue was fabulous and the production was, yet again, fabulous.

Thank nickcox
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lovely theatre, very traditional but comfortable with good views. Could do with more ladies loos! The Show - Les Miserables was a bit miserable with dark lighting but that is the title. The singing and orchestra were excellent it was just we didn't come out...More

Thank suffolkisgreat
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My husband and I saw Les Miserables here on our last night in London. The show was absolutely amazing. Aside from how perfect the performance was, the staff was great and the drinks/snacks were reasonably priced. We had booked online, but because of some recent...More

Thank MrsKMcLean
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Spent a fantastic evening watching my all time favourite musical at one of my favourite theatre locations in London. If you do one thing and one thing only having read this review....put an evening at the Queen's on your bucket list.

Thank Paul H
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Deana C
Dress circle row e seating 28-32 how gud is the view compared to front seats Are we sitting above peoples heads if so from wot row of them Thank you
15 October 2015|
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Response from Normadroaming | Reviewed this property |
TP does not allow me to copy the link so I just copied and pasted here. What seats do you feel are the best in the Queens theatre? Last time I went, I sat in the stalls Row E, seat 10 and it gave a wonderful view. My friend... More
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taffywigan
Hi can you take a camera into the theatre for the LES MIS show.Many thanks in anticipation.
10 July 2015|
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Response from mattgoodheart | Reviewed this property |
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13Wrach
Hi, I am looking into tickets to see les Miserables next month. This being my first time to the Theatre and to this show I was hoping I could get some tips on the seating options. Could anyone advise for a first timer where would be the best option to find seats? Dress Circle, Upper Circle, etc? I have read so many reviews on different areas of the Theatre but I am getting confused as to where would be best to find seats, so many people have reviewed areas differently i.e. too close, restricted view, little leg space etc. I am getting the impression that perhaps the Dress Circle, central up to row G are the best, or the Upper Circle first few rows? Many Thanks in advance for any tips.
15 May 2015|
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Response from FlipNflo | Reviewed this property |
I agree with other responses. We sat in row H seats 15 & 16 dead centre stage. Because the theatre is small it is very intimate. No problem seeing or hearing. I have seen 4 live performances & this was the best.
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