So, with news of Alfie’s next move (I understand the final agreements are being ironed out this week) in our minds, today it’s time to think about Les Mis. There are just a handful of performances left to catch Alfie Boe as Jean Valjean, so it’s competition time!
The prize is a signed Les Mis playbill, a Les Mis programme (featuring Alfie), a New York City Guide featuring Alfie on the cover and a signed photo. I’ll even throw in a stick of Classic Quadrophenia rock!
To be in with a chance of winning all you need to do is answer the following question:
How many productions of Les Mis has Alfie Boe appeared in?
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A winner will be picked at random on Saturday 27 February – good luck!
To help you think, here is the next Broadway Jean Valjean, John Owen-Jones (thanks to Linda for sharing):
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I had a ticket to see Les Miz in September, but the trip fell through; I fell in Oct. and had back surgery as a result. The ticket I’d purchased for a trip in October (luckily) was sold to someone on a waiting list for the bus trip, so I recovered some of the co$t.
This Saturday I’m going by myself by train to see the matinee and stay overnight.What a thrill! If I’m lucky, I’ll get a ticket to another show Saturday night and return home on Sunday.
I’m soooo happy to finally get to see The Man Who Sings A Bit.
(The cane gives me the encouragement I need to do the walking, but if anyone reading this is going to the matinee, I’d appreciate your company).
Alfie Boe is amazing me and my husband travelled from London UK to see Alfie in Les Mis on Broadway on 1st January this year an experience we will never forget !!!!