Time Out says: ★★★★
It’s little wonder that 'Book of Mormon' tickets remain in such high demand – this brilliant West End theatre show is still one of the hottest in town. Why? Brilliantly catchy, hilarious tunes and some of the most disgraceful and distasteful humour you’ll ever see on a London stage. Well, 'Book of Mormon' is from the guys behind South Park and Avenue Q: what else would you expect? But 'Book of Mormon' tickets won’t be getting your access to a show that relies on uncultured Bible-bashing gags – this is a very clever and nuanced look at religion that’ll give your grey matter as much of a workout as your laughter lines.
Want a taste of what 'Book of Mormon' tickets will serve up? The tale follows the story of two naive young Mormon missionaries sent to a remote Ugandan village to spread the word of the 'Book of Mormon'. There they run into a brutal warlord, poverty, sex with frogs and many more things that are really very funny but probably not the kind of thing your grandma would be proud of. Sure, you’ll have to buy 'Book of Mormon' tickets to see just how brilliantly brilliant this West End show really is, but rest assured: this really is one of the best theatre shows you’ll ever see. Have faith.
‘Book of Mormon’ tickets, show and theatre information
‘Book of Mormon’ tickets are available for performances at the Prince of Wales theatre on Coventry Street, in London’s West End. The nearest tube station to the Prince of Wales theatre is Piccadilly Circus, but Leicester Square and Charing Cross (underground and overground) are both within walking distance.
‘Book of Mormon’ performances take place from Monday - Saturday from 7.30pm, with matinees on Wednesday and Saturday at 2.30pm. Occasional Friday matinees take place, too (also at 2.30pm). ‘Book of Mormon’ running time is 2 hours and 20 minutes, which includes a 15-minute interval. Premium tickets are available. Captioned performances are also available - please check with the box office.
Suitable for ages 18 and over. Contains frequent explicit language. Runtime: 2 hours 30 minutes, with one 15-minute intermission.
You can book from 29-Nov-2020 to 06-Mar-2021.
Contains swearing, sexual content, offensive content. Not suitable for young children. Ages 17 and up.
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(2mins) Take Coventry Street and the theatre is be past the London Trocadero on your right.