Scotch College
Fisher Chapel


Written By: Claude-Michel Schönberg & Alain Boublil
Directed By: Linda Williams

Based on the epic novel by Victor Hugo and set in 19th century France, the story centres around Jean Valjean, a man who breaks parole after serving years of unjust imprisonment. Desperate to redeem himself, Valjean is relentlessly tracked down by Inspector Javert who believes people can never change their ways. Spanning several decades and set against the student uprising of 1832, this musical masterpiece celebrates the survival of the human spirit.

Approx. Running Time: Approximately 3 hours (including intermission)
Suitable for ages: 10 and up

Performance Dates:
Friday 26th July 7pm
Saturday 27th July 7pm
Sunday 28th July 2pm
Thursday 1st August 7pm
Friday 2nd August 7pm
Saturday 3rd August 7pm

Fisher Chapel, Scotch College
Carruth Road
Torrens Park SA 5062

Enquiries: kcrawshaw@scotch.sa.edu.au

Adults $40
Child/Concession $20