Winner of 9 Tony Awards® including Best Musical
Hilariously irreverent story from creators of South Park
Historic venue in London's Prince of Wales Theatre
Songs from Grammy-winning Best Musical Theatre album
Dynamic, comical & original choreography & plot
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Admission to The Book of Mormon at Prince of Wales Theatre
Best available seats in the Orchestra Stalls or Dress Circle sections
Know Before You Book
Children 16 and younger are not allowed.
This venue is wheelchair accessible.
Due to health and safety regulations, customers with reduced mobility and wheelchair users must book directly with the theater to ensure a suitable seat or space is allocated.
Seats are located in Orchestra Stalls at stage level or Dress Circle area in the first tier.
For those who have booked the pre-show dinner, your reservation is at 6 PM. A limited menu will be available. Please contact the restaurant. in advance if you have dietary concerns.
If the restaurant is unavailable, a similar alternative will be provided. Encore Tickets will contact you with full details
The show begins promptly at 7:30 PM. Some shows will not seat late arrivals until a suitable pause in the performance; late seating is entirely at the theater management's discretion.
What you can expect
The Book of Mormon has returned to London, offering a show that’s irreverently sweet and incredibly smart. Laugh out loud as this award-winning Broadway hit comes to life, combining religious satire with expert choreography and hilarious songs.
Arrive at the historic Prince of Wales Theatre and find your seats as the lights dim and the curtain draws back. Watch the story unfold as 2 eager Mormon missionaries arrive in a Ugandan village with completely unrealistic expectations. A heavy dose of culture shock and a fair amount of comical naiveté create unexpected and uproarious situations that only the creators of South Park could have dreamed up.
Enjoy the Grammy-winning soundtrack as the protagonists bumble through their Latter Day responsibilities, eager to share the Book of Mormon—a text that only one of them has read—with villagers more concerned by the violent whims of a manic local warlord. Songs like Turn It Off and Spooky Mormon Hell Dream offer hilarious insight into the missionaries' own inner turmoil. Follow every awkward moment, religious jab, and carefully crafted pun as the play draws toward a climactic ending you have to see for yourself.