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Les Misérables in Concert: The 25th Anniversary (2010)

  • Rate: 8.1/10 total 1,499 votes 
  • Genre: Musical
  • Release Date: 3 October 2010 (UK)
  • Runtime: 178 min
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  • IMDb page: Les Misérables in Concert: The 25th Anniversary (2010)
  • Rate: 8.1/10 total 1,499 votes 
  • Genre: Musical
  • Release Date: 3 October 2010 (UK)
  • Runtime: 178 min
  • Filming Location: The O2 Arena, London, England, UK
  • Director: Nick Morris
  • Stars: Alfie Boe, Norm Lewis and Matt Lucas|See full cast and crew
  • Soundtrack: I Dreamed a Dream
  • Plot Keyword: Live Performance | Concert Version

Writing Credits By:

  • Alain Boublil (book by) and
  • Claude-Michel Schönberg (book by)
  • Victor Hugo (based on the novel by)
  • Alain Boublil (original text: French) and
  • Jean-Marc Natel (original text: French)
  • James Fenton (additional text)

Known Trivia

  • All of the original cast members return to perform the final reprise of One Day More, save for David Burt, the original London Enjolras, who claimed he didn’t feel vocally up to the part any more. Also Patti LuPone, the original London Fantine, was not available to be there as she was starring on Broadway at the time this concert was filmed.
  • Ramin Karimloo, who plays Enjolras, went on to play the title role in The Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary Concert roughly a year later opposite Hadley Fraser, who plays Grantaire, as Raoul.
  • Ramin Karimloo and Hadley Fraser would later on play opposite each other as Jean Valjean and Javert in the London production of Les Miserables.
  • Camilla Kerslake was originally selected to play Cosette, but had to back out due to scheduling conflicts. Katie Hall was selected in her place as she was playing Cosette in the 25th Anniversary UK tour of Les Miserables and had previously played her in the London production.
  • Samantha Barks & Alistair Brammer would later on reprise the same roles in the film version of Les Miserables.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Sinead D'Arcy known as assistant producer
  • Clare Donaldson known as assistant producer
  • Cameron Mackintosh known as producer
  • Thomas Schönberg known as associate producer
  • Brett Sullivan known as co-producer
  • Christopher Woodhams known as assistant producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Alfie Boe known as Jean Valjean
  • Norm Lewis known as Javert
  • Matt Lucas known as Thenardier
  • Jenny Galloway known as Madame Thenardier
  • Lea Salonga known as Fantine
  • Samantha Barks known as Eponine
  • Nick Jonas known as Marius Pontmercy
  • Katie Hall known as Cosette
  • Ramin Karimloo known as Enjolras
  • Earl Carpenter known as Bishop
  • Hadley Fraser known as Grantaire
  • Jonathan Williams known as Convicts 1 / Combeferre
  • Mike Sterling known as Convicts 2
  • Tom Pearce known as Convicts 3
  • Gerónimo Rauch known as Convicts 4
  • Nic Greenshields known as Convicts 5
  • Tony Whittle known as Farmer
  • Graham Gill known as Labourer
  • Vanessa Lee Hicks known as Bishop's Sister / Madame (as Vanessa Leagh Hicks)
  • Jay Bryce known as Constable 1 / Queen's Theatre Company
  • Rhidian Marc known as Constable 2
  • Jeff Nicholson known as Factory Foreman
  • Paul Westhead known as Male Worker 1
  • Jon Robyns known as Male Worker 2
  • Sophia Ragavelas known as Female Worker 1 / Turning Woman 6
  • Gemma Wardle known as Female Worker 2 / Turning Woman 3
  • Gina Beck known as Female Worker 3 / Turning Woman 1
  • Emma Westhead known as Female Worker 4
  • Grainne Renihan known as Factory Girl
  • Gary Watson known as Sailor 1
  • Antony Hansen known as Sailor 2 / First Customer
  • Jon Lee known as Sailor 3
  • Gillian Budd known as Whore 1
  • Zoe Curlett known as Whore 2
  • Sara Pelosi known as Whore 3
  • Amanda Jane Salmon known as Whore 4 (as Amanda Salmon)
  • Rhiannon O'Connor known as Old Woman / Old Beggar Woman
  • Valda Aviks known as Crone
  • Peter Polycarpou known as Pimp
  • Cameron Blakely known as Bamatabois
  • Jonathan Hart known as Paris Pimp
  • Lydia Griffiths known as Young Prostitute
  • Keith Burns known as Montparnasse
  • Stephen Tate known as Babet
  • Phil Snowden known as Brujon
  • Tony Timberlake known as Claquesous
  • Owain Williams known as Feuilly
  • Killian Donnelly known as Courfeyrac / Queen's Theatre Company
  • Jamie Muscato known as Joly
  • Edward Baruwa known as Lesgles
  • Alistair Brammer known as Jean Prouvaire / Queen's Theatre Company
  • Lucie Jones known as Turning Woman 2 / Queen's Theatre Company
  • Rebecca Seale known as Turning Woman 4 / Fantine – Queen's Theatre
  • Rosalind James known as Turning Woman 5
  • Madalena Alberto known as Turning Woman 6
  • Christopher Key known as Warnings (as Chris Key)
  • James Wren known as Major Domo
  • Rachel Bingham known as Queen's Theatre Company
  • Simon Bowman known as Queen's Theatre Company
  • Chloe Brooks known as Queen's Theatre Company
  • A.J. Callaghan known as Queen's Theatre Company
  • Natalie Day known as Queen's Theatre Company
  • Scott Garnham known as Queen's Theatre Company
  • Lucz Gamoch known as Queen's Theatre Company
  • Spike Grimsey known as Queen's Theatre Company
  • Chloe Hart known as Queen's Theatre Company
  • Mark Stuart Hedges known as Queen's Theatre Company
  • Gavin James known as Queen's Theatre Company
  • Francesca Leyland known as Queen's Theatre Company
  • Daisy Maywood known as Queen's Theatre Company
  • George Miller known as Queen's Theatre Company
  • Roger Allam known as Javert – 1985 Cast
  • Alun Armstrong known as Monsieur Thenardier – 1985 Cast
  • Ashley Artus known as Thenardier Barbican cast
  • Martin Ball known as Queen's Theatre Company
  • Michael Ball known as Marius – 1985 Cast
  • Rebecca Caine known as Cosette – 1985 Cast
  • Zoe Hart known as Young Cosette- 1985 Cast
  • Mia Jenkins known as Little Cosette – The Children
  • Eve Macklin known as Choir
  • Robert Madge known as Gavroche – The Children
  • Marcia Miller known as Little Cossette-2005 cast
  • Larry Moran known as (singing voice)
  • Rosa O'Reilly known as Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
  • John Owen-Jones known as Chain Gang / Jean Valjean – Barbican Cast
  • Chloe Panayi known as Little Eponine – Children
  • Frances Ruffelle known as Eponine – 1985 Cast
  • Susan Jane Tanner known as Mme. Thenardier – 1985 Cast
  • Ian Tucker known as Gavroche- 1985 Cast
  • Colm Wilkinson known as Jean Valjean – 1985 Cast




Production Companies:

  • Cameron Mackintosh Ltd. (in association with) (as Cameron Mackintosh)
  • Universal Pictures (presents)

Other Companies:

  • O2  at
  • Steam Motion & Sound  sound


  • Universal Pictures (2010) (UK) (DVD)
  • NHK (2010) (Japan) (TV) (subtitled) (HD)
  • Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) (2012) (USA) (TV) (for "Great Performances")
  • Universal Studios Home Entertainment (2011) (USA) (DVD)
  • Universal Studios Home Entertainment (2011) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)



Other Stuff

Release Date:

  • UK 3 October 2010
  • Hungary 17 February 2011 (DVD premiere)
  • USA 22 February 2011 (DVD premiere)



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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