The Book of Mormon London at prince of Wales Theatre

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The Prince of Wales Theatre

Experience the magic of mesmerizing London show, The Book of Mormon at the magnificent Prince of Wales Theatre! The stunning theatre is located at 31 Coventry Street, London, W1D 6AS. Positioned right amidst the famous tourist spots Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square, theatre is located an easily accessible venue. Some of the popular tourist spots of London like Big Ben and Trafalgar Square are also at a nearby vicinity.

To make things more enjoyable, there are huge range of local restaurants and bars. The magnificent Prince of Wales Theater is accessible via various modes of commutations such as buses, taxis, cars and tubes. Theatre has a huge occupancy of 1160, where seating is categorized into two levels as Stalls and Dress Circle.

For disabled patrons and their carers, theatre offers discounted tickets. The Box office is equipped with an induction loop, whereas an infra-red system is installed inside the main auditorium. In the year 1884, Prince of Wales was constructed. It was originally named as Prince’s Theatre, but later it was renamed in the honour of future Edward VII.

During its initiall years, Prince of Wales Theatre hosted some great productions such as W. S. Gilbert, Ibsen and Sheridan. In the year 1892, first musical comedy was presented, W. S. Gilbert, Ibsen and Sheridan.

Siome of the hugely successful and popular productions also hosted here such as vor Novello’s debut play The Rat in 1924, as well as risqué French-style revues. Due to huge popularity, theatre underwent renovation and rebuilding to increase the seating capacity.

In the year 1937, Prince of Wales was reopened again and hosted some popular shows such as Charlie Chaplin’s The Great Dictator. During the 50s, it was home to huge range of entertainment acts like Norman Wisdom, Peter Sellers, Benny Hill and Morecambe and Wise.

Prince of Wales Theatre Breaks

Catch the award winning London show, The Book of Mormon at the magnificent Prince of Wales London Theatre! The blockbuster London show has won several awards and still makes the box office register ringing. After coming straight from the sell out season on Broadway, the show has broken various records and continues to become the most popular London Westend shows. The heart touching show is the winner of several prestigious awards like Best Musical, Best Book, Best Score and Best Director.

Prince of Wales Theatre is running the houseful shows of The Book of Mormon. The stunning London theatre is located at 31 Coventry street W1D 6AS. It is located at an easily accessible location and can be commuted via various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. To enjoy the show at fullest, you must opt for enjoyable Prince of Wales Theatre Breaks package.

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Green Park Guest House

54 Curzon St, London
All rooms are equipped with Wifi, TV digital channels and other basic amenities.

Washington Mayfair Hotel
5 Curzon Street, London
The luxury hotel is renowned for great and well equipped with all the modern day services. This stunning luxury hotel is ideal for leisure travellers.

44 Curzon Street by Mansley
44 Curzon Street, London
These are beautifully built apartments and offer comfort, privacy and great services at pocket friendly price.

Hilton London Green Park Hotel
Half Moon Street, London
This is a popular luxury hotel with world class amenities and meals.

Flemings Mayfair
7-12 Half Moon Street, London
This is another luxury hotel renowned for its world class hospitality and brilliant services.

The Book of Mormon now extended .

The blockbuster Londn musical, The Book of Mormon has been transferred to the London Westend after enjoying great success on Broadway. The show also enjoyed an immensely successful run with LA production and US National tour. The show has been hugely anticipated amongst the theatre lovers.

On March 2011, The Book of Mormon made its debut at Eugene O’ Neill Theatre of Broadway. The spectacular show has been enjoyed by people from all across the globe. The successful hit TV series South Park’s team Trey Parker and Matt Stone have conceived the show. After a modest beginning, the show went on becoming one of the most popular London Westend shows.

The Book of Mormon made its Broadway debut on 24th of March after several extended workshops. The satirical musical is sometimes outrageous and expresses opinion from organised religion to consumerism.

The chartbusting show is the winner of Tony award for Best New Musical and still enjoys being the hottest ticket in the city. The Book of Mormon is the saga of two young Mormon missionaries who have been sent to a small town in Uganda.

On February 2013, preview performances of The Book of Mormon made London Westend debut at the Prince of Wales Theatre. Cameron Mackintosh’s Delfont Mackintosh company is the owner of Prince of Wales. The magnificent theatre is positioned in the heart of the theatrland and positioned between Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus. The towering Art Deco style building is a complete treat to watch out for.

With an occupancy of 1600, the theatre spread across two levels as Stalls and Circle. The two hours and thirty minutes show us recommended for 17+ kids as the show has incredibly bad language, whereas the content may be offensive for some people.

The award winning London show, The Book of Mormon is the winner of four 2014 Olivier awards such as Best New Musical and Best Actor in a Musical. The blockbuster saga has been a broadway phenomenon from the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone. The show won nine prestigious Tony awards 2011 such as Best Musical, Best Book and Best Original Score.

London show, The Book of Mormon is a brilliant combination of satirical humour and traditional musical theatre style. The show revolves around two young Mormon missionaries who have been sent to Salt Lake City. This is a sharp and satirical show delivering a significant message along with some chart busting musical numbers as well as performances. With sterling performances from the lead actors, the show has certainly earned scintillating reviews from all across the globe. The show is a must watch for Book of Mormon theatre lovers! .~~~~~~James Cooper


    • Nic Rouleau as Elder Price
    • Brian Sears as Elder Cunningham
    • Asmeret Ghebremichael as Nabulungi
    • Stephen Ashfield as Elder McKinley / Moroni
    • Richard Lloyd King as Mafala Hatimbi
    • Chris Jarman as General
    • Hugo Harold Harrison as Price's Dad and Others
    • David O'Reilly - Stand-by Elder Cunningham
    • Rhys Taylor - Stand-by Elder Cunningham

    Ensemble - Ricardo Coke-Thomas, Danny Colligan, Nicholas Corre, Brendan Cull, Keisha T Fraser, Lee Honey-Jones, Ross Hunter, Sia Kiwa, Dan Looney, Daniel Mackinlay, Tania Mathurin, Michael Peters, Cleopatra Rey, Ashley Samuels and Kayi Ushe.
    Swing - Josh Andrews, Gabrielle Brooks, Christopher Copeland, Tim Edwards, David Mcmullan, Abiola Ogunbiyi, Oliver Ormson and Sean Parkins.
    Note:- casting is subject to change.

    • Author - Trey Parker, Robert Lopez & Matt Stone
    • Music & Lyrics - Trey Parker, Robert Lopez & Matt Stone
    • Director - Casey Nicholaw & Trey Parker
    • Choreographer - Casey Nicholaw
    • Scenic design - Scott Pask
    • Costumer design - Ann Roth
    • Lighting design - Brian MacDevitt
    • Sound design - Brian Ronan

Venue Info

31 Coventry Street, London

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Nearest Tube:
Piccadilly Circus

Performance Times

7.30 PM
7.30 PM
7.30 PM
7.30 PM
2.30 PM
7.30 PM

Additional Info

Running Time:
2 hour 30 minutes
Booking From:
26 Feb 2013
Important Info:
There is no interval.
Contains swearing, sexual content, offensive content.
Age Restrictions:
Suitable for ages 17+

The Book of mormon Tickets