The Book of Mormon Theater Show in London

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Destination: United Kingdom, United Kingdom, London
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • London
  • E-Voucher
  • Lowest Price
  • Non-Cancellable

Overview

Nab yourself the hottest ticket in the West End and prepare to laugh your head off at ‘The Book of Mormon.’ From ‘South Park’ creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and ‘Avenue Q’ co-creator Robert Lopaz, this outrageous musical tells the story of two Mormon missionaries who are battling with their faith after being sent to a poverty- and famine-ridden town in Uganda. Poking fun at everything from the economy to organized religion, this multi-award winning musical will shock you into laughter with its controversial score and hilarious, satirical storyline.

Visit: The Book of Mormon London, 31 Coventry Street Westminster, London W1D 6AS England

Make your own way to the Prince of Wales Theatre in central London to enjoy one of the one hottest stage musicals in town — the rip-roaring, rulebook-ripping The Book of Mormon. Having taken Broadway by storm, this multi-award-laden show charts the hilarious adventures of two mismatched Mormon Boys who swap Utah for Uganda in a bid to spread the word of the Latter-Day Saints. After being robbed on arrival by a local warlord, the twosome battle with their own beliefs to help bring change to a village whose residents believe God is the source of their misfortunes. Misunderstandings, confusions, lies and hilarity ensue as the missionaries come to terms with the realities of life in rural Uganda, including famine, poverty and AIDS.

 As the wild and wacky story unfolds, enjoy catchy-yet controversial numbers such as ‘Turn It Off’ and ‘Hasa Diga Eebowai' — just two of the songs that helped make the Broadway cast recording of the score the highest-charting Broadway cast album in more than 40 years! 
You have the choice of two seating options for the performance. Standard-price seats offer a good view of the stage, usually from the rear stalls or dress circle. Alternatively, opt for top-price seating for a full, electrifying view of the stage and the stars in the action. The show lasts 2.5 hours and includes an interval break. Your experience ends after curtain down, when you exit the theater. Make the most of your evening out by upgrading to include a pre-show, 2-course dinner at Tuttons Piccadilly.



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  • Entry/Admission - The Book of Mormon London

Exclusions
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 7 days of travel. In this case confirmation will be received within 48 hours, subject to availability
  • Wheelchair locations are available on a request basis only
  • This show contains strong language
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • This production contains strobe lighting, flashing lights and gunshots
  • Most travelers can participate
  • Please visit the venue's website to ensure you're up to date with any Covid-19 entry requirements and protocols for your show. This venue encourages the wearing of face masks
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You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.

Duration

2 hours 30 minutes

Package is not cancellable.

User's Reviews

Annebev

21 Jul, 2022

I can not believe that with the Black Lives Matter Campaign we are still allowing such horrific depictions of those of colour. Some people have said it was satire - I felt it was dreadful. To make fun of horrific issues such as AIDS and FGM was devastating. This was nothing but a racist musical that had me squirming in my seat as those around me clapped and laughed. The musical is based on the church of the Latter Day Saints, (Mormons), who whilst are not Christian - as a Christian myself I found the depiction of God and Jesus Christ offensive.

andybuddell

10 Jul, 2022

What an absolute riot from minute 1 until the end. Prince or Wales theatre is a perfect venue for this mad hat show. We were quite close to the front in the stall but the theatre offers great vantage from everywhere. The players, set and music were superb. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for a brilliant West End experience.

erlend m

12 Apr, 2022

Side splitting well run show,went with 14 year old daughter ,some of the jokes are if a sexual nature which may offend but great night out ,left with a huge smile

755ewalds

03 Mar, 2020

It s the story of two mormonboys who are send on a mission to Africa. Boring you think? Not at all, because from day one all goes wrong. The humor is so over it, that you will laugh from the first minutes till the last. The music mostly refers naughty to other musicals like the sound of music and Lion King without copying them. So if you know a lot of musicals it's even funnier. When you like the humor of Southpark, than you definitely will love the Book of Mormon. Like the well known animation serie some of you will love it, other will be offended. Because you 're not broadminded or extremely religious you can be offended. Till now we saw the show four times and it still stays funny and full entertainment.

CELTIC0K9

07 Dec, 2019

Yes -- so what if Book of Mormon has been running for years now.... there is a very good reason for it's world-wide popularity -- it's the fact that awkward and pointed humor throughout a show can be entertaining if you are not so thin-skinned as to allow yourself a laugh at someone's elses' expense -- and often your own. If you go into Book of Mormon knowing it's going to be an equal-opportunity tongue-in-cheek offender of everything from religion to race to sexual identity and more -- than you've bought the right ticket for an evening out in London's Theater District -- otherwise go see Phantom or Les Mis or something... The lyrics are over-the-top and meant to get a rise and a laugh -- the music and choreography were spot-on -- and this particular cast was perfection in their camp delivery of their lines and affect. The Prince of Wales Theater is a great venue for a show of this caliber in that the sound and lighting were excellent -- the sight-lines from our seats ($75USD -- which were inclusive of booking fees) were unobstructed -- and the sold-out crowd on a Weds PM were very appreciative of the show. You can buy your tickets well in advance and pick them up at the box office on the day of the show or within an hour prior to curtain. The Theater has a nice bar/lounge area and the bathrooms were very clean. One note -- this may just be me or it may be specific to London theater venues -- but I don't have a recollection of patrons being able to bring food and drinks into the seating area of a theatrical show like it was some kind of matinee at the local movie cinema. Not only was it rude and distracting throughout the show to have crinkling candy wrappers and bags disrupting your focus (Thanks jerk scarfing the jumbo-sized bag of M&Ms behind us) -- but having already tipsy two-fisted drinkers squeezing down crowded seat aisles with their cocktails back to their seats and spilling the contents on people's backs and coats is a bit unseemly and poor manners -- regardless of how many "sorries.." you slur out... But -- That's just me I guess -- I would recommend Book of Mormon to theater-goers interested in some unbridled fun and entertainment. We laughed during and after for days and definitely felt it was worth every bit of what we paid and more. If you haven't already -- Go see it -- and if you have you'll probably want to go again.

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