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The Book Of Mormon
The Book Of Mormon
The Book Of Mormon
The Book Of Mormon
The Book Of Mormon

The Book Of Mormon

Why Watch The Book of Mormon

After nearly seven years of painstaking development, The Book of Mormon debuted on stage at Broadway’s Eugene O’Neill Theatre in 2011. Since then, it has had productions in London, Norway, Sweden, Australia, and recently, even Denmark. At the 2014 West End Frame Awards, The Book of Mormon was voted the Funniest West End Show. Directed in collaboration with Casey Nicholaw, the subtle references and zestful wordplay is bound to leave you in splits.
The score, orchestrated by Grammy, Academy, Emmy and Tony Award winning songwriter, Robert Lopez, along with the creators, is one the crowning achievements of this musical. The confluence of excellent music with a gleeful, albeit expletive-laden plot, is guaranteed to entertain you to the fullest.
The Story

Elder Kevin Price and Elder Arnold Cunningham are missionaries sent to northern Uganda, to convince the population to take up Mormonism. While Elder Price is an ardent devotee and poster boy for the LDS Church, also known as the Mormon Church, his accomplice, Elder Cunningham, is rather uptight and dishonest.
On reaching the village in Uganda, the pair come to realise that the villagers are oppressed by a vicious warlord. Converting to a different religion was the least of their concerns. The execution of a villager in the hands of the warlord spooks the normally upbeat Price. He requests for a transfer back to Orlando, unceremoniously leaving Cunningham behind.
Will the unlikely pair be successful in the endeavour that has taken them to an entirely different continent? Will their contrasting personalities and approaches prove to be too large a gap to bridge?
Good for
Black Humour | First-time West End Goers | Comedy Lovers
Critics Reviews
“Parker, Stone and Lopez deliver gasps, laughs and vibrant new songs in the way that only great writers can. The result isn’t just great: it’s Mormonumental.”

– Huffington Post
“The Book of Mormon merely flirts with blasphemy but there is something very winning about it”
– Independent
Show Details
Show Timings

7:30 PM
Wed & Sat
2:30 PM & 7:30 PM

Leading Roles
Dom Simpson as Elder Price

J. Michael Finley as Elder Cunningham

Steven Webb as Elder McKinley

Co-director & Choreographer
Casey Nicholaw

Music & Lyrics
Robert Lopez

Top Songs
“Hello”, “Hasa Diga Eebowa”, “Making Things Up Again”, “You and Me (But Mostly Me)” & “Joseph Smith American Moses”

Know Before You Go
2 hours and 30 mins, with 1 intermission
Suitable for ages 17 and up.
Available Facilities
In-house lounge
Coat check
Wheelchair accessible
The Prince of Wales theatre has a seating capacity of 1160. You can find the seating plan here.
Dress Code
Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theater is air conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.

Infos techniques

Prince of Wales Theatre, Coventry Street
W1D 6AS London
Lat : 51.5102Lng : -0.1331
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2 years

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Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy
All West End show tickets are non-refundable.

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