Blog Posts - Les Miserables



Pop Star Camp

The following blog was guest written by our amazing nonprofit coordinator and Pop Star Camp head teacher, Anne. On My Own: Why I Wish I Had a Camp Like Ours I wish I had been able to do a camp like the Pop Star Camp we just ran when I was younger. I&...
by Molly's Music Blog on Aug 2, 2016

Les Miserables at Solaire

Last Tuesday, I finally got to watch Les Miserables the Musical at Theatre in Solaire Resort and Casino with Ryan and Mai Ann. I've wanted to see Les Miserables since I first learned about it in high school. There was so much buzz about back the...
by Ruby Red Confession on Apr 17, 2016

Les Miserables Theatre Breaks

Les Miserables Theatre Breaks and Hotel Packages London Right from its celebrated opening at London’s Palace theatre in October 1985 (it is now at the Queen’s Theatre London), Les Misérables Theatre Breaks have captured the imagination a...
by London Theatre Breaks on Feb 12, 2016

Les Miserables Theatre Breaks

Les Miserables Theatre Breaks and Hotel Packages London Right from its celebrated opening at London’s Palace theatre in October 1985 (it is now at the Queen’s Theatre London), Les Misérables Theatre Breaks have captured the imagination a...
by London Theatre Breaks on Feb 12, 2016

Les Miserables

Les Misérables Theatre Breaks in London Right from its celebrated opening at London’s Palace theatre in October 1985 (it is now at the Queen’s Theatre London), Les Misérables Theatre Breaks have captured the imagination and enthusiasm o...
by London Theatre Breaks on Feb 12, 2016

Les Miserables

Les Misérables Theatre Breaks in London Right from its celebrated opening at London’s Palace theatre in October 1985 (it is now at the Queen’s Theatre London), Les Misérables Theatre Breaks have captured the imagination and enthusiasm o...
by London Theatre Breaks on Feb 12, 2016

Book Fetish: Volume 171

Les Wizarables Shirt: Any Potter mashup is a good one, but mixed with Victor Hugo and you get…wait for it…magic. (Shoutout to author Celeste Ng for this one).   Library Pashmina: It’s probably too early to think about winter...
by Book Riot on Aug 13, 2015

Student Spotlight: Emily S.

Meet Anne’s wonderful vocal student, 13-year-old Emily. Anne is blown away with her improvement and says of Emily that “her passion is evident in her willingness to listen and make changes, in her artistic choices, and her desire to impro...
by Molly's Music Blog on May 26, 2015

My Love For Netflix-The New Season’s Top 10 Shows

I'm a pro-blogger yes, but also an award winning filmmaker and TV director, having made TV drama, documentary, short films, commercials and music videos in my time (you can see my website here). Read more...
by Honest Mum on May 19, 2015

Rachelle Ann Go to join Les Misérables

Our very own Rachelle Ann Go will soon be seen  in Les Misérables.Rachelle recently appeared as  Gigi in Cameron Mackintosh’s new production of “Miss Saigon” at the Prince Edward Theatre for which she won the Whatsonstage Award for B...
by Blog Manila on May 12, 2015

Rachelle Ann Go Plays Fantine in "Les Miserables" (Video)

Award-winning West End singer-actress Rachelle Ann Go sings I Dreamed A Dream from the most successful and longest running musical of all time, Les Miserables, during Hugh Maynard's album launch at the Hippodrome Casino in London, United Kingdom.Rach...
by iheartkapuso on May 11, 2015

Ripe For Some Queering: LGBTQ Plots For the Classics

The “Classics” are often held up by readers as being some of the best books ever written. And with good reason, as many of these have been read and beloved by generations of Western book lovers. However, here at Book … Continued You just...
by Book Riot on Apr 6, 2015

Book Review: 52 Little Lessons from Les Miserables {BookLook Bloggers}

52 Little Lessons from Les Miserables by Bob Welch ISBN: 9781400206667 Hardcover, 206 pages Publisher: Nelson Books Retail: $16.99 About the book: Whether on stage, page, or screen, few sotries engage the heart quite the way Les Miserables does. Fr...
by North Laurel Home & School on Jan 27, 2015

Tips to Fight Stress

Bismillah hiRahmaan nirRaheem With The Name of ALLAH, The Beneficent, The Merciful SallALLAHU A’la Muh’mmad SallALLAHU Alayhe Wasallam The First Level: Being angry, and this is in various ways: 
 and anger is of two types. The first ty...
by yallaah on Dec 18, 2014

5 Anime Series Based on Classic Literature

We cover movies, Western TV series, comics, and more based on lit all the time, but let’s look Eastward, towards Japan, and check out some anime (Japanese, animated) series you can watch that are based on (or inspired by) classic … Contin...
by Book Riot on Nov 17, 2014

Hanging out in Shoreditch, London

The first stop on my England adventure - hitting the trendy part of London.
by vegeTARAian on Nov 13, 2014

One Day More

Here I am blogging for the second day of this whole NaBloPoMo thing, and I’m feeling pretty high and mighty.  We’ll see how I keep up with this daily quota once I’m back at work tomorrow. Today was a good day for our family of four...

One Day More

Here I am blogging for the second day of this whole NaBloPoMo thing, and I’m feeling pretty high and mighty.  We’ll see how I keep up with this daily quota once I’m back at work tomorrow. Today was a good day for our family of four...

Rad Bookish Covers: Tributes and Parodies Edition

Some folks show their love of books (or book series) by covering the songs from adaptations, some of which I’ve featured here previously. Other folks take pop songs and make tributes and parodies of books we love or love to … Continued...
by Book Riot on Sep 26, 2014

Rad Covers of Bookish Songs

It occurred to me that, for all the time I spend on YouTube, I haven’t done any sort of video round-up post for Book Riot yet. Here’s a list of some of my favorite covers that come from some kind … Continued You just finished read...
by Book Riot on Aug 26, 2014


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