With one the world's greatest musicals arriving here on November 26, 2019 we've put together a handy guide to Les Misérables' best bits, so you can storm the barricades in style.
1. Our favourite song
Finishing off Act One this track is possibly the most iconic song in this world-famous score. It's Act One and it's 'One Day More' which comes up trumps as our favourite tune from Les Misérables.
2. The saddest scene
Les Misérables is not exactly full of with happy, uplifting moments but some are just so much sadder than others such as during Fantine’s classic song 'I Dreamed A Dream' - performed by stars including Patti LuPone and more recently, Anne Hathaway. Bring your tissues :(
3. The most uplifting moment
The whole show isn’t as sad as you might think, and our favourite song 'One Day More' also delivers one the most uplifting moments in the show too. With a hugely talented cast singing such beautiful harmonies, you'll be left with goose-bumps all over.
4. Our funniest moment
Let's face it, there's plenty of doom and gloom in Les Misérables but there are also some uplifting moments too, especially during Master and Madame Thenardier’s big song: 'Master of the House'. This upbeat number will definitely make you laugh out loud and give your spirits a lift.
5. The most amazing set on stage
One of the reasons Les Misérables makes such an impact on audiences all over the world is the incredible set and the iconic barricade which acts as the back drop for the majority of the second half of the show always brings the drama to life.
6. Our favourite costume
As leader of the French revolution, Enrjolras’ costume has to be magnificent and his red waistcoat lined with yellow buttons is unmistakable and always stands out from the crowd.
7. The most likeable character
It's a tough one and it's always controversial...is Javert, the policeman good or bad?
Is Jean Valjean worthy of repentance? Should Marius end up with Eponine who has loved him for years, or Cosette, the girl who stole his heart from the first moment? Impossible to say! You're going to have make this call for yourself.