The Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales Theatre

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This comedy musical follows the plight of a pair of teenage Mormon missionaries sent to convert a village in a dangerous part of Uganda. Read More


This comedy musical follows the plight of a pair of teenage Mormon missionaries sent to convert a village in a dangerous part of Uganda.   

The brainchild of South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, this smash-hit Broadway musical has won high praise from US critics as well as an incredible nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical.

Two young Mormon missionaries are sent to a remote village in northern Uganda, where a brutal warlord is threatening the local population. Naïve and optimistic, the two missionaries try to share the Book of Mormon, one of their scriptures – which only one of them knows very well – but have trouble connecting with the locals, who are more worried about war, famine, poverty and AIDS than about religion.

Suitable for audiences aged 18 and over, The Book of Mormon contains explicit language.

Trey Parker


Adult Ticket: £22.50 to £200.00 (USD31.04 - USD275.90) per ticket

Venue Details & Map

Prince of Wales Theatre

31 Coventry Street
0844 482 5110
Public transport:
Piccadilly Circus (approx. 150m) Charing Cross (approx. 550m)

Yelp Reviews

4.5 out of 5
Based on 53 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Book of Mormon: The Musical at the Prince of Wales Theatre

5 out of 5 15 June 2017
by Malini A.

Decided to watch Book of Mormon after reading few reviews - they were mixed ones and I am not South Park fan but it is a 9 time Tony Awards musical and everyone else wanted to watch in the group, so decided on this one. It's a story of two Mormon missionaries on a quest to teach a Ugandan village the ways of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

I'm so glad I went as it was...Read More

5 out of 5 7 October 2016
by Ramon S.

I really loved it. It was fun, witty and very very rude! If you are easily offended, specially with religious issues probably is better to avoid it, otherwise you should go!

A good musical and a better comedy!

Curiously one in our party didn't enjoy but she is not a fan of musicals and she prefers something more serious, The rest of us loved it!Read More

1 out of 5 19 April 2016
by George C.

I was really disappointed by this musical....I had read so many good reviews prior to visiting theater, that probably at the end made me expect much more. I didn't fancy the playwright at all, the music was so flat/indifferent with no songs to remember and the comedy parts were really american style/black humor jokes that I hardly enjoyed. If you add on that the unreasonable high ticket...Read More

5 out of 5 16 April 2016
by Pamela S.

I finally saw this! It is really good fun! It's a great musical and it's not over the top with songs, i.e. they don't sing whilst just having a dialogue which can get annoying in other musicals. It is 100% politically incorrect. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone that is religious as they might find it offensive. There were moments that I was surprised that they went there. But that's the...Read More

4 out of 5 19 March 2016
by Kel P.

Very interesting plan, certainly extremely satire and ironic. Fairly inappropriate so might not be for everyone's taste.

I personally preferred this over jersey boys, but I guess it all depends on what you like.

If you liked South Park or Avenue Q, you might like this.Read More

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