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The Book of Mormon Theatre Breaks

The Prince of Wales Theatre, Coventry Street, London, W1D 6AS.

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  • Devised by the Emmy-award-winning creators of South Park
  • FIVE STARS – “You’ll laugh your head off. Mormon is musical comedy heaven.” - Time Out New York
  • Quirky and controversial musical comedy about Mormon Missionaires.
  • Winner of 9 Tony Awards
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The Book of Mormon Theatre Show Information

The musical about two Mormon missionaries is known for its controversial humour.

About The Book of Mormon

A popular comedy theatre show, The Book of Mormon has become has become one of the most popular shows in the theatre world and has won a total of nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and has been brought to the stage by the Emmy-Award-winning creators of the hit TV series, ‘South Park’.

The Story

The show follows two young Mormon missionaries who are sent to convert an African village in Uganda to Mormonism, and it satirises everything from religion to The Lion King along the way. The mismatched pair end up as far away from their home of Salt Lake City as you can imagine, and it seems that their two-year mission to convert the Ugandan people is going to be a lot harder than they imagined.

History of The Book of Mormon

The hilarious, satirical comedy opened on Broadway’s O’Neill Theatre in 2011 and received an overwhelmingly positive response from critics. After its successful stream on Broadway, the hit production transferred to the West End in 2013 at the Prince of Wales Theatre and was one of the most-anticipated theatre shows of the year.

Show Times

Evenings: Monday - Saturday: 7.30pm

Matinees: Wednesday and Saturday: 2.30pm

Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes including interval


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