BY VICTOR HUGO
adapted for the stage by Susie Pottinger
Friday 22nd April 8pm and Saturday 23rd April 3pm
A powerful piece of theatre brought to you by a strong ensemble of almost thirty young actors from our combined Lantern Youth Theatres. Pacey, emotional, funny and engaging, the action happens all around you as you get drawn into this epic story of rich and poor, love and neglect, faith and belief.
As well as their powerful acting, many of our ensemble have amazing singing voices and you will hear, acapella, excerpts from the music of Claude-Michel Schönberg, Alain Boublil & Jean-Marc Natel.
Book your tickets now for this beautiful story, told with youth and vigour combined with great maturity. It promises to be a memorable and inspiring hour.
Lantern Arts Centre, Tolverne Road, London, SW20 8RA
Food and Drink
Whilst the Lantern Coffee House is currently not yet open, light refreshments will be available during a short inteval.
The Lantern Arts Centre is accessible by wheelchair-users and people with restricted mobility, lifts are available for studios on the first floor, whereas ramps are in place to access the main auditorium. When booking please add any requirements in the seating requests section.
There are no cloakroom facilities at the Lantern Arts Centre.
Once you have booked your seat you will be emailed your e-ticket which will be scanned upon your arrival to the venue. If you are unsure about booking seats please call 0203 761 7070.