Poster issued in 1999 advertising Les Misérables 'The World's Most Popular Musical' at the Palace Thetare, where it opened on 4 December 1985, having transferred from The Barbican Theatre.
Length: 58 cm, Width: 38 cm
Poster issued in 1999 advertising Les Misérables by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michael Schonberg, with English lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer, at The Palace Theatre, where it opened on 4 December 1985, directed by John Caird and Trevor Nunn, designed by Andreane Neofitou.
Poster on gloss finish card featuring the woodcut-style image of the head and shoulders of Fantine, carrying the French flag. She is shown against a dark blue background, and the engraved lines of her image are red and orange on the left side; white in the centre and blue on the right side. White lettering above the image gives the title Les Misérables, and 'The world's most popular musical'. The name and address of the Palace Theatre are in the lower left corner.