Interview: Carrie Hope Fletcher, Fantine in Les Misérables

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To end the series, we have a special interview with Carrie Hope Fletcher who is playing Fantine in the brand new production of Les Misérables at the renovated Sondhiem Theatre.

In this interview, Carrie discusses her Les Mis journey; she also talks about the evolution of her Fantine dress, the brand new ensemble character she has created and taking on ‘I Dreamed A Dream’.

Carrie also discusses how the world of social media has changed in the theatre industry, the biggest differences between the shows she has starred in and how she is managing to squeeze in training for a Marathon on top of her crazy schedule.

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Carrie Hope Fletcher In The Frame

Carrie has lots of history with Les Mis; most recently she played Fantine in the all-star concert production, having previously played Eponine in the West End and in Dubai. Plus she played Young Eponine as a child.

Carrie’s theatre credits include; Veronica in Heathers (West End/The Other Palace), Brenda in The Christmasaurus Live (Eventim Apollo), Wednesday in The Addams Family (UK Tour), Truly Scrumptious in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK Tour) and Beth in Jeff Wayne’s War of the Worlds (Arena Tour). She is also an author, vlogger and soon to be marathon runner!

Les Misérables is booking at the Sondheim Theatre until 17th October 2020.

This is the final episode of Series 1 of In The Frame. We’ll be back soon for lots more stagey interviews!

Hosted by Andrew Tomlins.

Thanks for listening!

Photo Credit: Johan Persson

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