Les Mis but without the music in Pewsey
8:30am Friday 13th September 2013 in Latest News
THEATRE group Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatics Society (PVADS) will be performing an original non-musical adaptation of Les Misérables.
The tale of one of literature’s most famous characters, Jean Valjean will unravel at Bouverie Hall on October 25 and 26 and November 1 and 2.
This is the premiere performance of an exciting new stage play of Les Misérables from an original adaptation of Victor Hugo’s classic novel.
The author described his book as extraordinary, sinister, savage – a tale of darkness and light tempered by grace and compassion.
And in this stage production it is his words and not music that make the play such a powerful experience.
Set during the post Napoleonic years in France until the June Rebellions in 1832, the play follow ex convict Jean Valjean – the original working class hero - from injustice to redemption.
Tickets available from www.pvads.net, or from Bouverie Hall Box Office, which opens on Monday, October 21 from10am- 12pm. Call (01672) 564458.
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