The Book of Mormon (London) tickets

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The Book of Mormon (London)

After stunning audiences on both Broadway and the West End, winning 9 Tony Awards - including Best Musical - and even winning a Grammy award for the soundtrack, The Book of Mormon is rapidly becoming a theatrical phenomenon. Comedy duo Trey Parker and Matt Stone - the geniuses behind the animated hit South Park - joined forces to create this hilarious musical that breathes three-dimensional, all-singing, all-dancing life into the absurdities of Mormon dogma, whilst simultaneously being incredibly rude, potentially offensive and above all, unexpectedly endearing. 

The musical tells the story of two Salt Lake City Mormons sent as missionaries to Uganda, hoping for a few baptisms and a couple of conversions. Instead, they are welcomed by some very harsh realities and a particularly unpleasant warlord. The lyrics are guaranteed to have you weeping with laughter, and you'll almost certainly be humming the music by Avenue Q's Robert Lopez for weeks after. It's fun, lightweight, but thought-provoking, too; addressing everything from consumerism to religion, The Book of Mormon is a musical like no other. Its staggering and well-deserved success make it a real must-see.

"The most cryingly good night out to have come along in years." - The Observer

"It's simply a work of genius, so brilliantly conceived and executed that it makes astonishingly savage and sophisticated satire into joyous, hilarious, literally all-singing, all-dancing fun and glamour." - The Guardian

"Trey Parker and Matt Stone might just be the saviours of the modern musical. The result isn't just great: it's monumental" ★★★★★ - Huffpost Comedy

Access Information

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Address

31 Coventry Street London W1D 6AS

Delivery Method

E-ticket only

Duration

2 hours 30 minutes including interval.

Good To Know

This production contains strobe lighting, flashing lights and gunshots.

Suitable For Children

Parental advisory: Explicit language.
As an advisory to adults who might bring young people. All persons under the age of 16 must be accompanied by and sat next to the accompanying adult. They may not sit on their own within the auditorium. If children do have separate seats you could be refused entry. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket.

Times

15th November 2021 - 2nd April 2022

Monday to Saturday at: 7:30pm
Friday & Saturday at: 2:30pm

Where Do I Go

Coventry Street

London

W1D 6AS 

By Train-Charing Cross (approx. 550m), Leicester Square 

By Tube- Piccadilly Circus (approx. 150m), Charing Cross (approx. 550m) By Bus -14, 19, 38

Prince of Wales Theatre

31 Coventry Street London W1D 6AS

Latest customer reviews

  • My Review

    17 March 2020

    Hilarious - great singing and an overall wonderful performance. Religion is funny again!

    Caveman Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Wildly funny!

    15 March 2020

    This was the second visit to the Book of Mormon for me! It is throw your head back laughing funny (but I admit the humour is not for everyone!)

    HFM Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Very funny musical

    12 March 2020

    Excellent show very funny and professional

    Stevie B Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • 11 March 2020

    4th time in seeing the show. Each time is brilliant, laugh out loud show. Acting, singing & dancing - AMAZING

    NF Confirmed ticket purchaser

Latest critic reviews

  • If you're lucky enough to somehow have a ticket for this, the most cryingly good night out to have come along for years, and are by any chance looking forward to a smug few British-liberal hours sneering at the mad imbecilities of self-righteous Americans and organised religion, I have to tell you that you'll be disappointed. The Book of Mormon is far, far cleverer, far kinder, far more nuanced than that, and one of its many surprises is that it sent an enraptured, ecstatic audience home with an odd sense of having come, somehow, to really like Mormons.

    The Guardian

  • You'll laugh your head off. Mormon is musical comedy heaven.

    Time Out

  • The Genii of South Park hit Broadway, and history is made. Mormon is on its march into legend.

    The Rolling Stone

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