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Queen's Theatre

51 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 6BA, England
+44 20 7099 0930
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At the opulent Queens Theatre London, the musical blockbuster Les Miserables is driving the audience successfully.
  • Excellent71%
  • Very good21%
  • Average5%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“les miserables” (129 reviews)
“upper circle” (27 reviews)
“dress circle” (26 reviews)
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51 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 6BA, England
+44 20 7099 0930
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Saw Les Mis here with a friend in May. We had tickets with a "restricted" view, but the view was excellent and we had no problems with the view. Beautiful decor, polite and helpful staff. Beautiful environment for a musical. Will definitely be coming again...More

Thank Satrika72
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We did the VIP option and wasn't disappointed. From the start we got looked after fantastically from Grace and Eva, had our own little room ( Maggie's Room) with food and drinks to chill in before the show. At the interval we were met and...More

Thank Joe C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Saw Les Mis on June 3rd. Sat 4 rows from the stage and had a mind-blowing experience. The theatre is beautiful, the show and actors are awesome, and the bar serves really good drinks. This was the experience of a lifetime and I'm glad I...More

Thank lgerhart420
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went to see Les Mis here and it was amazing. The theater is great. The seats were not uncomfortable and there was food and drink if we had wanted it. The bathrooms were good and clean. It was a good night out.

Thank shootingstar09
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I feel rather let down by this performance on Saturday 3/6/17. We've seen this musical at least three times before and it is one of my favourites - or even my absolute favourite! But this time we agreed that something was missing from the performance....More

Thank ArnoldSurrey
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I had seen Les Mis in New York 17 years ago and wanted my husband to enjoy the full London theatre experience. We had excellent seats in the Stalls, 7th row center and loved every minute of the show. The music, cast (particularly the leads)...More

Thank annivcoupleGeorgia
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

After seeing the Miserables in Paris & New-York we booked seats in this London production which was disappointingly smaller, with much fewer decor. For instance the ship at the begining is absent. Lots of smoke & light to fill the empty space. However, congratulations for...More

Thank Jean-Guy D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

First time visit to see a show my wife had been pestering me to go and see for many years and was not disappointed The show and cast were exceptional seriously Les Mis is by far the best show I have seen in the last...More

Thank Nick T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

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

2  Thank Jo B
Reviewed 4 weeks 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
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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
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 |
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.