If you want to see Les Miserables as it should be done, rather than listening to Russell Crowe’s attempt at singing in the film version, then pop down to Leatherhead Theatre.

The performance is being staged by a young and talented 150-strong cast from Blenheim Productions.

The show will take you through the struggles of Jean Valjean during the French Revolution, based on the famous novel of the same name by Victor Hugo.

The production uses clever dramatic devices and rhythmic ensemble movement and includes classic musical numbers such as ‘I Dreamed a Dream’ and ‘One Day More’ and will be accompanied by a live orchestra.

This show is packed with drama and passion. 

Les Miserables; Leatherhead Theatre, Church Street, Leatherhead; July 10, 12:30pm and 7:30pm; July 11, 7:30pm; July 12, 7:30pm; adults £14; concessions/under-14 £11; call 01372 365141; email boxoffice@the-theatre.org