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On Thursday 8 October 2015, the West End production of Les Miserables
at the Queen's Theatre continues to make history as it celebrates its 30th anniversary with a very special performance. To celebrate this milestone, the current stellar cast will be joined onstage by members of the original company and special guests including Colm Wilkinson, Roger Allam, Frances Ruffelle, Alfie Boe, John Owen-Jones and Geronimo Rauch in a special finale. Save the Children said: "Save the Children is delighted that our Syria Children's Appeal will benefit from this 30 year celebration of Les Miserables. This poignant tale of struggle, hope and dreams reflects the human spirit that we see in Syrian families that we work with day in day out."Performers Peter Lockyer (Jean Valjean), Jeremy Secombe (Javert), Zoe Doano (Cosette), Rob Houchen (Marius), Carrie Hope Fletcher (Eponine), Rachelle Ann Go (Fantine), Phil Daniels (Thenardier), Katy Secombe (Madame Thenardier), Bradley Jaden (Enjolras), Adam Bayjou, Sanne den Besten, Edd Campbell Bird, Oliver Brenin, David Burnip, Jordan Lee Davies, Tamsin Dowsett, Katy Hanna, Matthew Harvey, Matt Jeans, Charlotte Kennedy, Emma Kingston, Jo Loxton, Luke McCall, Ryan O'Gorman, Jo Parsons, Adam Pearce, Michael Riseley, Courney Stapleton, Jessamy Stoddart, Samantha Thomas, Lee Van Geleen, Helen Walsh, Paul Wilkins, Colm Wilkinson, Roger Allam, Frances Ruffelle, Alfie Boe, John Owen-Jones, Geronimo Rauch.
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