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Les Miserables 25Th Anniversary Concert With Alfie Boe

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BAKERS DOZEN | 14:37 Tue 24th Dec 2019 | Media & TV
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Did anyone else watch this on Sunday? It was absolutely brilliant . Three hours of bliss. Well worth watching and if you missed it it is repeated on Sunday morning 29th Dec on Sky Arts at 10.05hrs. When the show finishes Cameron Mitchell comes on and makes a speech, then cast members from previous years come on stage (inc Michael Ball) and reprise some of the songs, then the three French writers are introduced and finally the audience joins in the celebrations.
Matt Lucas (of Little Britain fame) was a revelation. I can thoroughly recommend it. Beats any of the dross that is on this Christmas.

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Forgot to add. Yes BD it was fabulous .
Went to the cinema to see this - absolutely fabulous show.
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Thanks anne. Was typing and talking to daughter at same time so not concentrating.
I agree, it was a fabulous performance. I watched it at the cinema and enjoyed it, but I dont have Sky.
BD, it was an abrupt reply, what can I say..... I’m Scottish .lol.

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Anne - did not think it was abrupt just helpful. I'm not precious, I don't get upset easily. Looked up Cameron Mitchell and he was an actor in The High Chapparal. Shows how old my brain is. The name must have been deep down in there somewhere.
Was it on terrestrial tv, as I didn't see this advertised
i don;t have Sky..

I was lucky enough to see the show when it first opened with the magical Colm Wilkinson and Michael Ball back in the day..

the original Thenadier was the truly wonderful Alan
Armstrong... first and best

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