Opened: 21st March 2013
Booking period: 5th August 2019
Show Times: Monday-Saturday 19:30, Wednesday & Saturday 14:30
Running Time: 2 hours 20 minutes
Venue: Prince of Wales Theatre
The Book of Mormon is a religious satire musical which was written by the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, with Robert Lopez, whose previous work includes Avenue Q and Frozen. Development of the show began in 2003, before opening on Broadway in March 2011 and in the West End in 2013.
The musical follows the story of two Mormon missionaries, Elder Price and Elder Cunningham, who are drafted out to a village in Uganda.
Leading and Supporting
Dom Simpson as Elder Price
J. Michael Finley as Elder Cunningham
Tom Xander as Standby for Elder Cunningham
Leanne Robinson as Nabulungi
Steven Webb as Elder McKinley
Richard Lloyd-King as Mafala Hatimbi
Dean Maynard as Price’s Dad/Joseph Smith/Mission Leader
Michael Moulton as General
Ross Carpenter, Phillip Catchpole, James Chisholm, Nicholas Collier, Demi Goodman, Will Haswell, Sackie Osakonor, Etisyai Philip, Stephen Rolley, Lejaun Sheppard, Lukin Simmonds, Bree Smith, Madison Swan, Tommy Wade-Smith, and Dan Walter
Olly Christopher, Christopher Copeland, Joseph Davenport, Jack Greaves, Myles Hart, Savanna Jeffrey, Alex Lodge, David McMullan, and Robyn Rose
The Book of Mormon is showing at the Prince of Wales Theatre and currently booking until 5th August. The Prince of Wales Theatre opened in January 1984. It has been the home to operas, plays and musicals. The theatre is built with an art deco style.
The Prince of Wales Theatre is owned by Delfont Mackintosh Theatres and so the best place to buy tickets for The Book of Mormon is through their website. For more information on your visit to the Prince of Wales Theatre, read our guide.
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