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Based on the film of the same name and following on from the Broadway musical. While the themes of the movie are carried through, with out-of-work and out-of-shape men venting their anger in song, the major difference between stage and film is the change of location from Sheffield to Buffalo in upstate New York.
Cameron Mackintosh says of the School Edition, "The Future of the theatre is all about developing and nurturing a passion for musicals and plays among the young. This is where the new audiences will come from. And I believe "Les Miserables", which tells a story of so many committed, impassioned young people, should provide a thrilling theatrical learning experience for teenagers across the UK" The Schools Edition will be generally available for performance from November 4th 2002. Any school can apply to stage this edition with the provisos that no performance must take place on school premises.
Mary Lennox is orphaned in India and sent to live in her Uncle's manor on the Yorkshire moors. Cared for by the maid and housekeeper, the sad and lonely Mary befriends a robin who leads her through the gardens of Misselthwaite Manor. As she explores, Mary discovers a rusty old key to a magical garden which has been locked up for years. Misselthwaite Manor holds another mystery; Mary's sickly cousin Colin. Along with the Manor's gardener Dickon, the children regenerate the garden and as it blossoms so do the lives of Mary and Colin.
A Broadway hit and Tony award winning musical charting the true story of the most famous ship in history. With an award winning musical score, combining showstoppers and ballads. In the final hour of 14 April 1912 the RMS Titanic, on her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York, collided with an iceberg and ?the unsinkable ship' slowly sank. It was one of the most tragic disasters of the 20th Century.1517 men, women and children lost their lives.