One of the most successful productions in theatre history, Notre Dame de Paris (musical) is a must-see for any fans of musical theatre. The French-Canadian show has toured the world since its premiere in 1998, delighting audiences of all ages and nationalities with its story of love, prejudice, jealousy, and despair. Be swept away by this powerful tale with tickets to Notre Dame de Paris (musical), now available to buy or sell on StubHub.
First performed in Paris, Notre Dame de Paris (musical) opened in September 1998 and was an instant hit - in a capital famed for turning its nose up at musicals, it instigated a theatrical revolution that saw it break records for the most successful first year of a musical ever. Based on Victor Hugo's novel 'Notre Dame de Paris' (known in English as 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame'), the musical tells the story of the hunchback Quasimodo, the bell-ringer of Notre Dame Cathedral, and his passionate love for Esmerelda, a beautiful gypsy. While the story is ultimately tragic, with Quasimodo's love doomed and Esmerelda destined for the gallows, it is a captivating tale of romance and jealousy, hope and betrayal, all of it given an extra edge with the songs of Notre Dame de Paris (musical). Musical theatre lovers young and old will thrill to this timeless classic that has been immortalized by Disney and brought to life on the stage - it's no wonder that the Notre Dame de Paris (musical) tour has been going almost non-stop for two decades, visiting over 20 countries from Italy to Kazakhstan. Tickets to Notre Dame de Paris (musical) are now available from StubHub and are a choice you absolutely won't regret.
Moving straight to a world tour after its premiere in Paris, the cast of Notre Dame de Paris (musical) has always been made up of international artists and world-class musicians, who lend an unparalleled energy to every production. Expect bold sets, authentic costumes, and extraordinary talent as the characters of Notre Dame de Paris (musical) come to life before your very eyes. Although the musical has been translated into seven languages, it most often appears with the original French lyrics - yet don't worry about the language barrier, as performances include English subtitles and, in any case, you'll find the Notre Dame de Paris (musical) songs are very understandable. Second only to Les Miserables in terms of famous Parisian musicals, it will also remind you of the likes of Miss Saigon and Evita in its themes of prejudice, doomed love, and social injustices. To see this theatrical phenomenon for yourself before it moves on again, you can buy or sell your Notre Dame de Paris (musical) tickets on StubHub today.
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