Les Miz: The Struggle and Triumph of Human Dignity

Preacher: Reverend Jim Robinson

Victor Hugo’s classic work, Les Miserable, argues eloquently for the cause of universal human dignity. In the light of our current “income inequality” debate it has fresh relevance. The service will be an alternation between songs from the musical Les Miz (presented by UCS members under the direction of Mel Springer) alternated with insights into what Hugo was saying at each stage of the story. The list of songs performed is as follows:

“At the End of the Day”
“I Dreamed a Dream”
“Castle on a Cloud”
“Master of the House”
“The Confrontation”
“On My Own”
“Little People”
“Bring Him Home”
“Do You Hear the People Sing”