AS ONE of the most successful pieces of modern musical theatre, Les Misérables, has captured the imagination of audiences around the world.

With the box office smash feature film in toe, the songs of the musical have also become well known tunes.

Direct from London’s West End and Broadway, some of the stars of the show, better known as the Barricade Boys are back on the road with their critically acclaimed show, coming to the Haymarket on Thursday, 21 February.

Featuring fabulous harmonies, incredible vocals, dashing good looks and stacks of charm, the Barricade Boys showcase the UK’s finest male voices from the world’s longest running musical – Les Misérables.

The Barricade Boys not only perform the world’s greatest show tunes, but they also celebrate music from some of the most iconic names in the music industry, from powerful ballads and beautiful operatic arias to some of the best pop, rock and swing numbers of all time.

Scott Barnham, a member of the group, said: “Les Misérables is a unique show with timeless songs. To have been part of the show’s history, no matter how small, makes me feel very proud as it’s the only show I could sing every day and not get bored of singing those songs.

“There is something very special about the show and it’s clear that everyone else thinks the same as it’s the longest running musical of all time.”

But for the group it is all ‘Who am I?’ and ‘Master of the House’ as the group interweave a range of different genres into their show.

Fellow singer, Simon Schofield, added: “Of course we sing all the classic Les Miserables songs which everyone loves and enjoys but we do them slightly differently, with our unique four-part arrangements.

“However, we don’t only perform Les Miserables and musical theatre songs - we actually have more variety in our show than Heinz! We sing songs from all genres from Rock and Roll to Pop Rock and Swing.

“It’s not every night that you can watch a show which goes from Bohemian Rhapsody to Frankie Valli, with, of course, our unique arrangements of the Les Miserables classics.”

The Barricade Boys will appear at the Haymarket on February 21, for more information and tickets visit