How long is the show?
2 hours, 55 minutes (including one interval)
What should I wear to the show?
There is no dress code at the theatre. The theatre is air conditioned throughout the year.
Is it possible to meet the cast members after the show?
For many people part of the fun of going to a show is meeting members of the cast at Stage Door. Following the performance, some actors from Les Misérables may be available to sign autographs and sometimes even to pose for photos. Ask an usher for directions to Stage Door.
Where can I get official merchandise from the show?
Merchandise is available at the theatre or online via the Playbill store.
How much do tickets cost? What’s the performance schedule?
Ticket prices for Les Misérables vary by seating location, performance date and time. As our prices and schedule are subject to change. Please visit Ticketmaster in Sydney for the most up-to-date information.
Can I get tickets for a group? Are there special discounts or benefits for groups? What is the minimum number of seats to quality as a group?
There are group discounts for groups of 20+. To book, visit Ticketmaster for more details in Sydney.
Will the show tour to other cities in Australia?
Les Misérables has finished its seasons in Melbourne and Perth and will play at the Capitol Theatre Sydney from March 19. Please subscribe to our mailing list for any further updates.
What’s the best way to get tickets?
You can purchase Les Misérables tickets at the venue box office, online or over the phone. Visit Ticketmaster for details in Sydney. We urge you to book your tickets through an official source to avoid the risk of invalid tickets or fraud.
Do I need to purchase tickets in advance?
We encourage you to purchase your tickets in advance to ensure the best seating location, however seats will remain on sale until performance time, based on availability.
Does my child need a ticket? Is there a minimum age requirement to attend the show?
All attendees need a ticket, regardless of age. Please note the Policy statement below:
Policy Statement in respect of persons attending performances of “Les Misérables” with very young children and babes-in-arms
1. The Producer recommends that its production of “Les Misérables” (the “Show”) is not suitable for children under the age of eight (8) years and parental guidance is recommended for children under the age of twelve (12) years. The Production includes adult themes, gunshots and pyrotechnics and the duration of the Show is two (2) hours forty-five (45) minutes (including interval);
2. All patrons attending performances of the Show, regardless of age, must hold a valid ticket for the performance they are attending. A ticket for a babe-in-arms may be issued by the Theatre Management at any time prior to a performance;
3. Very young children and/or babies may cause disturbance to other patrons and/or the performers in the Show and the Producer and the Theatre Management expressly reserves the right, in their discretion, to re-seat a patron attending a performance with very young children and/or a babe-in-arms in a seat (or seats) providing easy egress from the auditorium in the event of any such disturbance occurring;
4. The Producer and the Theatre Management expressly reserves the right to require a patron attending a performance with very young children or with a babe-in-arms to leave the auditorium in the event of the occurrence of any disturbance to other patrons or the performers in the Show occasioned by those very young children or the babe-in-arms; and
5. Tickets issued to patrons attending a performance with very young children or with a babe-in-arms are issued subject to compliance with the provisions of this Policy Statement.
How do I send a letter to a cast member?
Our cast would love to hear from you, but we can’t guarantee that all letters will receive a response.
You may send your correspondence to:
[Cast member name]
c/- Les Misérables
13 Campbell Street,
Haymarket NSW 2000
How do I contact the Producer, Cameron Mackintosh?
Please contact the Producer care of Michael Cassel Group to share your comments or questions:
Michael Cassel Group
PO Box 1703
Sydney NSW 2001
My theatre group/school would like to perform Les Misérables. How do we acquire the rights for the production?
Please visit Music Theatre International’s Australian representative, Hal Leonard, for more information.