Winner of four 2014 Olivier Awards including Best New Musical and Best Actor In A Musical. Rolling Stone says, ‘The Genii of South Park hit Broadway, and history is made. Mormon is on its march into legend’. It’s The Book of Mormon, the Broadway musical from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez. Time Out New York says, ‘You’ll laugh your head off. Mormon is musical comedy heaven’. The New York post says, ‘I Love The Book Of Mormon’.
Evenings: Monday to Saturday 7.30pm
Matinees: Wednesday and Saturday 2.30pm
Prince of Wales Theatre Seating Plan
Book Tickets for Prince of Wales Theatre
Running Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
Age Restrictions: Not suitable for young children. Ages 17 and up.
Important Info: Contains swearing, sexual content, offensive content.
Prince of Wales Theatre
31 Coventry Street, London, W1D 6AS
Venue and Travel Information
Nearest Tube: Piccadilly Circus
Tube Lines: Bakerloo, Piccadilly
Directions from nearest tube: (2mins) Take Coventry Street and the theatre is be past the London Trocadero on your right.
Railway Station: Charing Cross
Bus Numbers: (Haymarket) 3, 6, 12, 13, 19, 23, 38, 88, 139
Night Bus Numbers: (Haymarket) 6, 12, 23, 88, 139, N3, N13, N18, N19, N38, N97, N136, N550, N551
Car Park: Leicester Square, Whitcomb Street
Within Congestion Zone: Yes
Venue Facilities: Air-conditioned, Bar, Disabled toilets, Infrared hearing loop, Toilets and Wheelchair accessible
The Prince of Wales Theatre London
The first theatre at this location was The Prince’s Theatre, designed by C J Phipps and opening in January 1884. It was subsequently demolished in 1937 to make way for the larger present theatre. On 17th June, 1937 the foundation stone of the current theatre was laid by Gracie Fields, and the theatre, named as it is now The Prince of Wales, was opened on 27th October, 1937.
Alterations were made to the stage in 1963 and the theatre was reopened on 28th March, 1964. The expansive Stalls Bar is located under the stalls seating area and has a dance floor originally designed for tea dances. Productions here have included The World of Susie Wong in 1959, Funny Girl in 1966 starring Barbra Streisand, Sweet Charity in 1967 and Guys and Dolls in 1985. In January 1989 the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Aspects of Love opened at The Prince of Wales Theatre, and run for 1,325 performances. On 18th August 2007, Mamma Mia! became the longest-running show ever at the Prince of Wales, overtaking the previous record held by Aspects of Love with 1,326 performances.