The screen adaptation of one of the best stories ever written
Victor Hugo was an absolutely brilliant poet, and some may argue, an even better writer. One of the best tales ever told by the man, Les Misérables, is so good it’s held the baffling title of ‘the world’s longest running musical’ (followed directly by Phantom of the Opera) that holds over 96 international awards. Wowza. The silver screen version is just as breath taking. ‘Les Misérables is about holding on to hope in the most desperate conditions, and it ends in the victory of love in a context of political defeat.’ - The Guardian. General admission. Over 18s only please. Tickets are normally £4. You will be charged £12 per ticket, which includes your choice of a main meal (worth up to £11). Please arrive at the venue at least 30 minutes prior to screening time to put your food order in.
‘Les Misérables is about holding on to hope in the most desperate conditions, and it ends in the victory of love in a context of political defeat.’