Les Misérables will have major cast changes beginning Nov. 26.
Caroline Sheen and Stephen Tate, who recently starred together as husband and wife in The Witches of Eastwick, will join the production on the Nov. 26, along with Sarah Lane, who recently graduated from the Guildhall School of Acting. Soon after, Carmen Cusak, who played Rose in the Royal Shakespeare Company of The Secret Garden, will also be joining the cast starting Dec. 10.
Caroline Sheen will star as Eponine, Stephen Tate as Thenardier, Sarah Lane as Cosette, and Carmen Cusak as Fantine.
Les Misérables first opened at the Barbican Theatre on Oct. 8, 1985, before moving to the Palace Theatre later that year.
Since its London premiere Les Misérables has become a worldwide sensation, having been seen by over 45 million people in 30 countries and in 19 languages. It is currently playing at various venues around the world, including New York where it won 8 Tony Awards. The show is adapted and directed by Trevor Nunn and John Caird. The Mackintosh/Royal Shakespeare Company production is by Alain Boubil and Claude-Michel Schonberg and is based on the classic Victor Hugo novel of the same name.
For information and tickets call the Palace Theatre Box Office on 020 7434 0909.