Notre Dame de Paris comes to the capital

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Notre Dame de Paris comes to the capital

The musical Notre Dame De Paris has arrived in London for a week long run. The show has been watched by millions around the world and it will mark its 5,000th performance during its stay at the Coliseum.

Based on the classic novel by Victor Hugo, it's a tale of unrequited love in the french capital.

We spoke to its stars Angelo Del Vecchio who plays Quasimodo, and Hiba Tawaji in the role of Esmerelda.

The show is on at the London Coliseum until Sunday 27th of January. 

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