Legendary musical Les Misérables has announced major cast changes to the West End production at the Queen’s Theatre.
The production, which now is in its record 33rd year, will see fresh new faces taking on the show’s iconic roles from Monday 12 June.
Killian Donnelly, who is currently on Broadway in the lead role of Charlie Price in Kinky Boots, having originated the role in the UK production last year, will return to the West End as convict Jean Valjean.
He’ll be joined by ex-Hollyoaks star and West End leading lady Carley Stenson, who’ll take on the role of factory worker Fantine; while Hayden Tee returns as Javert from 17 July.
Other new additions to the cast include Steven Meo as Thénardier, Karis Jack as Eponine, Jacqueline Tate as Madame Thénardier and Hyoie O’Grady as Enjolras.
Paul Wilkins will continue in the role of Marius and Charlotte Kennedy will continue in the role of Cosette, having both originally joined the company in 2015.
The classic, multi award-winning show tells the epic tale of former prisoner Jean Valjean as he tries to atone for his past sins while being pursued across the decades by the ruthless lawman Javert.
Les Misérables is now showing at the Queen’s Theatre, London. Get your tickets from Ticketmaster.co.uk now.