The Book of Mormon

£25.00

Nine 2011 Tony Awards say The Book Of Mormon is the Best Musical of the Year. Vogue says, It's the funniest musical of all time. The New York Times says, It's the best musical of this century. The Book of Mormon, the Broadway phenomenon from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez.

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Child policy: Children under the age of 3 are not permitted.

Running time: 2hr 30 min (inc interval)

Performance dates: Booking until 23 October 2019

Content: The Book of Mormon allows children 3+ in as long as they are sat next to an adult, however the show has a content warning of 18+

All persons aged 16 or under must be accompanied by an adult and may not sit on their own within the auditorium.

All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket.

Nine 2011 Tony Awards say The Book Of Mormon is the Best Musical of the Year. Vogue says, It’s the funniest musical of all time. The New York Times says, It’s the best musical of this century. The Book of Mormon, the Broadway phenomenon from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez.

★★★★★ Sunday Telegraph
★★★★ The Independent on Sunday
★★★★ Whatsonstage.com
★★★★ The Independent
★★★★ Evening Standard
★★★★ Metro
★★★★ Time Out

Address: Coventry Street, London, W1D 6AS

The Prince of Wales Theatre is a London West End theatre on Coventry Street, near Leicester Square in the City of Westminster. It was established in 1884, rebuilt in 1937, and extensively refurbished in 2004 by Sir Cameron Mackintosh, its current owner. The theatre should not be confused with the former Scala Theatre in Charlotte Street, off Tottenham Court Road that was known as the Prince of Wales Royal Theatre or Prince of Wales's Theatre from 1865 until its demolition in 1903.

The first theatre on the site opened in January 1884 when C.J. Phipps built the Prince's Theatre for actor-manager Edgar Bruce. It was a traditional three-tier theatre, seating just over 1,000 people. The theatre was renamed the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1886 after the future Edward VII. Located between Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square, the theatre was favourably situated to attract theatregoers.

Refurbishment was carried out in 2004 to increase the seating capacity slightly to 1,160 seats and to modernise the theatre's facilities. New bars were added, the auditorium completely rebuilt, the backstage areas refurbished and the theatre's famous tower and exterior completely gutted and refurbished with new LED lighting and a crisp modern finish

Nearest Underground station: Piccadilly Circus

Nearest Over ground station: Charing Cross