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Trey Park and Matt Stone created another masterpiece, The Book Of Mormon, after making the famous animated comedy, South Park. A nine time Tony Award winner show which is now celebrating over six years in the West End. The crazy and hilarious musical is an out and out comedy and a light entertainment. The Book Of Mormon was premiered in the West End on 25 February 2013 at the Prince Of Wales Theatre and was voted as Funniest West End Show in March 2014 as part of the 2014 West End Frame Awards.
What is The Book Of Mormon about?
The Book Of Mormon is about two young latter day missionaries who are on a mission to preach the religion of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter day saints to the people living in a remote village of Uganda. Determined to complete their mission the two enthusiastic young men face the challenge of lack of interest by the inhabitants who are more concerned about the real issues in their lives like oppression, village war loads, female gentile mutilation, famine and AIDS.
The Book Of Mormon’s success Story
The Book Of Mormon was an instant Box Office hit when it was originally played at the Eugene O’Neil Theatre in New York and bagged nine Tony Awards from fourteen nominations including, Best New Musical, Best Original Score, Best Direction of a Musical and Best Book of a Musical.
The Book Of Mormon’s Musical Numbers
The musical has outstanding, melodious and funny songs like” Tomorrow is a latter day”, “Hello”, “I am Africa”, “Two By Two”, ”Turn It Off”, “Baptize Me”, “Joseph Smith American Moses”, “All American Prophet”, “ Spooky Mormon Hell Dream” and “I Believe”.
Who is in The Book Of Mormon?
The cast of this witty show consists of Dom Simpson as Elder Price, Tom Xander as Elder Cunningham, Richard Lloyd King as Mafala Hatimbi, and many other brilliant artists. The Book Of Mormon has a book, music and lyrics by the geniuses like Matt Stone, Trey Parker (Creators of South Park) and Robert Lopez (Famous for co creating Avenue Q). The musical is choreographed by Casey Nicholaw who is also the co-director of the show with director Trey Parker. Lighting design is by Brian MacDevitt, sound is by Brian Ronan and costume is by Ann Roth.
'It's hilarious. God have mercy upon my soul. '' - The Sunday Telegraph
''Fould-mouthed, funny and wild. Terrifically entertaining '' - Metro
''Indecently funny. The killer whale of comedy. '' - Evening Standard
''Brash, crude, and offensive. A massive hit '' - The Stage
Absolutely brilliant best show Iâ€™ve ever seen
Sun, 23 January 2022
The show was funny, lots of energy from the cast and very enjoyable. Definitely a 5 star production
Sun, 23 January 2022
Amazing, helarious and terrific
Mon, 17 January 2022
Great show . Did not stop laughing.
Thu, 6 January 2022
Do not miss the chance of involuntary giggles; do not miss The Book Of Mormon
Published On Wed, 30 October 2019
Access description: Slight slope into the box office foyer through double doors opening outwards on corner of Coventry and Whitcomb Street. Low The Prince of Wales Theatre is situated on Coventry Street in London’s West End, on the edge of Leicester Square opposite Planet Hollywood restaurant. It is a Grade Two listed building, originally opened in 1937. If you are arriving by car, you can be dropped off in Coventry Street by the main doors. There is an NCP car park at back of theatre, but please note that there is little in the way of on-street parking. The main entrance to the theatre has level access from street and the doors are pinned open 45 mins prior to a performance. As you enter through the main doors you will find yourself in the main foyer. There will be dedicated Access Host who will meet and greet patrons with access requirements upon arrival, andif requested, escort you through the theatre and to your seats.Tickets can be collected from the box office which is on the left of the foyer. There is a lift at the back of the foyer for access to the toilets and Delfont Bar. The Stalls can be accessed from Street level, and the Circle is approximately 70 stairs (6 flights) up. Staircases have highlights and handrails, and the foyer has hardwood flooring for wheelchairs. The seats on both levels are arranged in three blocks. In the stalls there are no steps, but the floor slopes down gently towards the stage. In the circle there are steps which are quite steep and thereis no hand rail.
Sound Amplification: Sennheiser infra-red system with 12 headsets available.
Guide Dogs: Guide dogs allowed into auditorium, alternatively staff are happy to dog-sit. Advance notice required.
Disabled Access: 3 wheelchair spaces available and wheelchair and scooter transfer spaces to designated aisle seats in the Stalls. Companions can sit beside them. Please check location of seats with Box Office.
Toilets: No steps to men's and women's in the Stalls and at the back of the Dress Circle.
Disabled Toilets: Adapted toilets off the Stalls