Thomas Clarkson gets to grips with Les Miserables
ONE of the toughest assignments yet by students at the Thomas Clarkson Community College, Wisbech, is being performed nightly until Saturday.
The college has taken to the boards with a stage adaption of the hit West End musical Les Miserables.
The barnstorming show opened last night and continues until Saturday, nightly at 7pm, with doors open from 6.30pm.
The tickets are priced at just �7 with concessions at �5 and there’s a family discount, too, available.
The show has played in London for 25 years and around most parts of the world in the years since it was first performed.
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It tells of events in pre revolutionary France during the early 19th century and affords a gripping narrative and stunning music.
Les Miserables has been seen by over 50 million people worldwide, in 38 countries and in 21 languages.
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The dramatic score includes the songs ‘On My Own’, ‘One Day More’ and ‘Do You Hear The People Sing?’.