1. Les Miserables became the West End's longest-running musical on 7 October 2006.
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2. Les Miserables celebrated its 10th anniversary with a gala concert at the Royal Albert Hall, London.
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4. Les Miserables announces further dates for UK and Ireland tour.
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5. Les Miserables devotes another 19 chapters to an account of—and a meditation on the place in history of—the Battle of Waterloo, the battlefield which Hugo visited in 1861 and where he finished writing the novel.
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24. Les Miserables informed himself by personal inspection of the Paris Conciergerie in 1846 and Waterloo in 1861, by gathering information on some industries, and on working-class people's wages and living standards.
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