Tickets for Prince of Wales
The mesmerizing London show, The Book of Mormon is running with packed houses at the Prince of Wales theatre London. The award winning London show has been transferred to the London Westend after blockbusters performance at Broadway as well as LA production and US National Tour. The best way to enjoy the show at fullest is by enjoying the show with your loved ones.
The show made its grand debut at the Broadway’s Eugene O’Neill Theatre in March 2011. The Book of Mormon musical is a complete treat for theatre lovers. The show is conceived by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. The talented team has also worked in the popular TV series ‘South Park’.
Before the debut of original production, the show has lots of extended workshops and previews. On 24th March 2011, the show made its premiere on Broadway. The outrageous satirical musical is quite edgy with shots at everything such as organised religion, consumerism, socio-economic condition and the musical theatre.
Robert Lopez is known for some of the finest controversial musicals. He has also co-written the score as well as lyrics for the 2003 puppet musical Avenue Q. The show is the winner of prestigious Tony award. The chartbusting musical, The Book of Mormon is the winner of Tony Award for Best New Musical. The show is still running with packed houses at the magnificent Prince of Wales theatre London.
Prince of Wales is running the show with packed houses. The popular London westend theatre is located amidst tourist hotspots Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square. Some of the famous London’s biggest attractions like Big Ben and Trafalgar Square. The venue has wide range of affordable restaurants and bars, that offers pre-theatre meal deals packages. You can visit the theatre via various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars.
The hit musical opened in London at the Prince of Wales Theatre, which is owned by Cameron Mackintosh’s Delfont Mackintosh Company. Preview performances began on Monday February 25 2013, with an official press night on Thursday March 21. Tickets for the production continue to sell extremely well, and Book of Mormon looks set to become a permanent fixture in the West End.