The Book Of Mormon Tickets - Prince Of Wales Theatre

The completely outrageous award-winning musical from the creators of South Park is back live on stage and still wonderfully offensive!

After making the jump over the pond the outrageous U.S. musical The Book Of Mormon is now firmly cemented in the West End at the Prince Of Wales Theatre. From the creators of South Park, Trey Parker, and Matt Stone, along with Avenue Q's Robert Lopez, the musical has won numerous awards on Broadway including 9 Tony Awards.

This hilarious show focuses on a pair of teenage Mormons who are sent on a mission to a dangerous part of Uganda to spread the word. What follows is a complete riot of song and dance numbers mixed with profanity, mayhem, and outrage!

The Book Of Mormon doesn't take itself too seriously and far from offending, the show has been so far embraced by all - including Mormons by managing to be mocking, outrageous, and satirical but also surprisingly moral. This is a must-see musical and is one of the hottest tickets in town!

The Prince of Wales Theatre is a medium size West End theatre located in Coventry Street on the corner of Leicester Square and right in the very heart of London's theatreland with a capacity of 1135 seats on two levels.

The expansive Stalls level on the ground floor wraps around the stage, with a wide Circle area overhang located above. The theatre has a varying degree of view quality from all seats with the most expensive and premium seats located in the centre of the Stalls which offer the best view of the action. The front of the Circle is also a good vantage point for a great panoramic view of the stage.

The Prince of Wales Theatre also has several Loge box seats available which offer a private and secluded experience. Along with their dedicated entrance, the Loges each contain 4 freestanding chairs which enable patrons to maximize both their view and overall comfort, and are situated on either side of the auditorium in the Dress Circle, offering an excellent view of the stage.

Value in the Prince Of Wales theatre can be found in the cheaper seats towards the rear of both sections and the seats towards the ends of each row. These seats are not necessarily restricted but do offer a side view of the stage which may cut off minimal parts of the action. Bargain hunters looking for lastminute shows or cheap Book Of Mormon tickets can find extra value in the midweek matinee performances which tend to be cheaper

Are The Book Of Mormon Tickets Expensive?

They can be. This is a very popular show and the top tickets can sell for over £250 each at weekends and during peak times such as school holidays. We have noticed in the past 12 months though that prices for tickets to The Book Of Mormon do seem to have calmed down a little in off-peak periods and midweek so some value is creeping in slowly if you are flexible with dates and can do a little research.

Do They Ever Discount Tickets To The Book Of Mormon?

It is extremely rare to see discounts for The Book Of Mormon tickets however for midweek performances they regularly sell at face value with no booking fees during quiet periods and while there are hardly ever any 'official' discounts, prices can often fluctuate and get marked down to fill the theatre in quiet weeks.

What Is The Best Way To Find Cheap Tickets To The Book Of Mormon?

Except for super peak periods like school holidays or Christmas week, the Wednesday matinee performance seems to regularly offer great value if you are looking for cheap tickets to The Book Of Mormon with prices starting from around £20.

Are There Any Tickets To The Book Of Mormon That Should Be Avoided?

The Prince Of Wales Theatre is one of the few West End theatres that have very few seats that come with restrictions to the view as there are no pillars to negotiate your way around and the overhang from the circle is not a problem. There are a few seats on each side of the stalls that do have a slight restriction but even that is minimal and is also reflected in the price. Any tickets to The Book Of Mormon that has even the slightest restriction to your view should be marked as R/V on the seating plan and also on the ticket itself to give you full transparency about your purchase.

How Do I Make Sure I Don't Get Ripped Off Buying Tickets To The Book Of Mormon?

Before booking your tickets to The Book Of Mormon, always make sure that you are using either an official ticket agent or booking directly from the box office itself at the Prince Of Wales Theatre. When booking tickets online, only use websites that are either members of, or are affiliated with the Society Of London Theatre (SOLT) and/or the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers (STAR) which should be visible on the website. If you are buying tickets from retail outlets such as the shops in and around Leicester Square it is always advisable to ask whether they are 'official' vendors before purchase to avoid any confusion.

Who Wrote The Book Of Mormon?

The show was written and brought to the stage by Matt Stone, Trey Parker, and Robert Lopez. Parker and Stone are best known as the creative team who found international fame with the hit comedy show South Park, while Lopez has also worked on shows such as Avenue Q and more recently Frozen. The trio also owns the intellectual property of the show. The West End production has been brought to the stage by Delfont Mackintosh Theatres.

What Is The Running Time Of The Book Of Mormon?

The show lasts for 2 hours and 30 minutes including an interval.

Is The Book Of Mormon Blasphemous?

The show has been described as 'offensive', 'crude', 'disrespectful', 'outrageous' and 'blasphemous' as the writers deliberately poke fun at different cultures and religions and pretty much everything that could offend people looking to be offended! For patrons who possess skin that is a little thicker though and who can find humour where it looks to be found then it is also very funny!

What Is The Minimum Age Limit To Watch The Book Of Mormon In London?

Due to the explicit adult content, nature, and themes featured in the show, the recommended minimum age to watch The Book Of Mormon at the Prince Of Wales Theatre is 18 years. Please be aware that patrons under the age of 15 will not be admitted to the theatre.

When Did The Book Of Mormon Open In London?

The Show first premiered in New York at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre on March 24th, 2011. The West End production opened at the Prince Of Wales Theatre on February 25th, 2013, and has been the resident show at the venue ever since.

Why Is The Book Of Mormon So Popular When It Seems To Set Out To Deliberately Offend People?

This is a very debatable point but as the old saying goes, 'the proof of the pudding is in the eating' and after grossing over $500 million since it was first performed in 2011 we can only surmise that there is a very large worldwide audience that can find laughter and enjoyment in material that is not diluted by the political correctness that has crept into so many parts of the society that we live in.

How Long Did It Take To Bring The Book Of Mormon To The Stage?

Believe it or not Matt Stone, Trey Parker, and Robert Lopez actually began discussing the original idea for the show back in 2003, a full 8 years before the show opened in New York!

Has The Book Of Mormon Won Any Awards?

The show has won a bucket load of awards including 9 Tony Awards in 2011 and the 2012 Grammy Award for 'Best Musical Theater Album' with the original Broadway cast recording going on to reach number 3 on the Billboard Chart.

Does The Book Of Mormon Feature Any Bad Language?

Absolutely......and frequently!

31 Coventry Street, London, W1D 6AS

Venue Facilities
Air conditioned

Nearest Tube
Piccadilly Circus

Tube Lines
Bakerloo, Piccadilly

Directions from nearest tube

(2mins) Take Coventry Street and the theatre is be past the London Trocadero on your right.

Railway Station
Charing Cross

Bus Numbers
(Haymarket) 3, 6, 12, 13, 19, 23, 38, 88, 139

Night Bus Numbers
(Haymarket) 6, 12, 23, 88, 139, N3, N13, N18, N19, N38, N97, N136, N550, N551

Car Park
Leicester Square, Whitcomb Street (1min)

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15 November 2021
10 August 2024
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