Les Miserables - London

This beloved story of love, courage and redemption is the longest-running musical in West End history.

Eva Noblezada Set for West End's Les Miserables After Miss Saigon; Danielle Hope & More Also on Board

From "The Last Night of the World" to "One Day More"? Eva Noblezada, following her star turn in Miss Saigon, will play Eponine in Les Miserables in the West End. She begins performances on April 4.

Before Noblezada assumes the role, The Wizard of Oz star Danielle Hope (winner of the BBC series Over the Rainbow) will play Eponine, taking over for Carrie Hope Fletcher. Fletcher plays her final performance on February 13; Hope will begin on February 15.

Joining Hope on that day are Les Miz alums Patrice Tipoki as Fantine (Rachelle Ann Go plays her final performance on January 30 before returning on May 9) and Craig Mather as Marius.

Noblezada is also set to reprise her performance as Kim when the revival of Miss Saigon heads to Broadway in 2017. Hope returns to Les Miz after playing Eponine in 2012; she recently starred as Maria in the U.K. tour of The Sound of Music. Tipoki is currently playing Fantine in the Australian tour. Mather’s additional credits include Sweeney Todd and Tonight’s the Night.

The West End production also stars Peter Lockyer as Jean Valjean, Jeremy Secomb as Javert, Zoë Doano as Cosette, Bradley Jaden as Enjolras and Phil Daniels and Katy Secombe as the Thénardiers.