THE SCREENING ROOM: Colm Wilkinson and Ramin Karimloo Perform "Bring Him Home" from Les Misérables (Video)

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04 Dec 2013

Colm Wilkinson
Colm Wilkinson
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Colm Wilkinson, the Tony Award-nominated original star of Les Misérables, who is set to join the Toronto company of that musical for a special charity performance, offered a special version of "Bring Him Home" with current star Ramin Karimloo.

The 7:30 PM special performance on Jan. 11, 2014, at the Princess of Wales Theatre, will benefit five charities, including Casey House, Covenant House, Ernestine's, The Franciscan Missionary Sisters for Africa and Theatre 20. Tickets are $59-$200.

Wilkinson, who originated the role of Jean Valjean, will play the Bishop, a role he also played in the Oscar-winning film adaptation. As the Bishop, according to press notes, "he will pass the torch, or the silver candlesticks that his character passes on to Jean Valjean, to Ramin Karimloo, the young Canadian star who has won unanimous raves for his portrayal of Valjean – a role he will reprise in the upcoming new Broadway production." 

Watch the duet of "Bring Him Home" below:

Mirvish Productions presents Cameron Mackintosh's revised production of the musical by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg. For tickets call (416) 872-1212 or (800) 461-3333 or visit Mirvish.com.


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