'The Book of Mormon' tickets

Trey Parker and Matt Stone's hit musical comes to London. Find out all about it and buy tickets

Johan Perrsson

'The Book of Mormon' show information

'The Book of Mormon', 'South Park' creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone's comedy musical about a pair of hapless Mormon missionaries, won nine gongs at last year's Tony awards. It's so extravagantly sold-out on Broadway – and with such expensive tickets – that this wildly anticipated West End production may conceivably find itself filled up with impatient New Yorkers flying over for a bargain night out.

Mormonism being a largely American affair, it's conceivable that the musical – written with 'Avenue Q' creator Robert Lopez – may not have quite the same blockbuster impact over here. But it's unlikely: Parker and Stone enjoy an enormous fanbase and considerable critical respect for their bluntly absurd satire and Broadway-pastiching songs (including the Oscar-nominated 'Blame Canada'). With 'The Book of Mormon's rapturous US reviews and liability to pull in the elusive heterosexual male dollar, the title of West End blockbuster of 2013 is its to win.

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Information about the Prince of Wales Theatre

'The Book of Mormon' will be appearing at the Prince of Wales Theatre on Coventry Street in London's West End. There are many good places to eat nearby, and it is a short walk from Covent Garden, Oxford Circus and Soho.

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How to get to the Prince of Wales Theatre

To reach the Prince of Wales Theatre take the Bakerloo Line or the Piccadilly Line to Piccadilly Circus tube station. Walk east out of the station onto Coventry Street. The theatre is 150m from the station on the right hand side.


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Andrew Livingston
Andrew Livingston

It's 6.22pm. Where is this extra booking period the top article promises. "Check back from 6pm today" it says. Promises me the moon, it does, but no moon...