New casting for the London showing of Les Misérables at the Sondheim Theatre has been announced from Monday 25th September 2023.

Tickets have gone on sale today from here.

Joining the company from 25 September 2023 will be Luke Kempner as Thénardier, Katie Hall as Fantine, Will Callan as Marius, Amena El-Kindy as Éponine and Djavan van de Fliert as Enjolras. They join Josh Piterman as Jean Valjean, Stewart Clarke as Javert, Claire Machin as Madame Thénardier and Lulu-Mae Pears as Cosette.

Luke Kempner is an acclaimed stand-up comic, impressionist and actor widely recognised for his popular sketch videos which have amassed over 10 million views online. His television credits include being a regular host on Channel 4’s Steph’s Packed Lunch and his many voices are also regularly heard on The Now Show on BBC Radio. No stranger to the musical theatre world, Luke’s previous performance credits include the 25th Anniversary tour of Les Misérables, Avenue Q and South Pacific and reguarly starring in West End productions.

Katie Hall returns to Fantine’s role, having starred in the recent UK and Ireland tour of Les Misérables.

Will Callan returns to the role of Marius, making his West End debut, having previously starred in the recent UK and Ireland tour of Les Misérables.

Amena El-Kindy makes her West End debut in Les Misérables, having recently appeared in Robin Hood: The Legend Rewritten at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.

Djavan van de Fliert can currently be seen in the role of Kristoff in Disney’s Frozen at Drury Lane, which marked his West End debut and first professional role, having recently graduated from Arts Ed.

Tickets have gone on sale today from here.


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