Les Mis recreated by Chelmsford’s Young Generation

16:57 25 October 2012

Les Mis

Les Mis

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COME down to High Chelmer where you can hear the talented Chelmsford Young Generation singing songs from their forthcoming show, Les Misérables School Edition.

This epic Victor Hugo story of two men, one in pursuit of the other for over two decades, is told against a backdrop of revolution and romance. The Grammy award winning songs have been recorded and sung by the very best and yet remain as heart-wrenching, romantic, and stirring as when heard for the very first time.

So pop down to High Chelmer on Friday, November 2 between 11am and 4.30pm and listen to the amazing rendition of the most successful musical the world has ever seen. Saturday evening is sold out but tickets are still available for other performances earlier in the week.

Tickets are on sale now from the Chelmsford Theatre box office: 01245 606505 or visit chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres

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