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The Book of Mormon Tickets

From the creators of South Park this outrageous, multi-award winning musical tells the hilarious story of two naïve Mormon missionaries.

Not for the easily offended!

South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone join forces with Avenue Q’s Robert Lopez for controversial hit The Book of Mormon, which promises to outrage and entertain in equal measure.

Following two Mormon missionaries as they travel to Uganda, The Book of Mormon opened on Broadway in 2011 and was an instant success. A West End production quickly followed, along with four Olivier Awards including Best New Musical.

Response to the show has been monumental, and now in its 9th year, Book of Mormon tickets are still some of the most popular around. It’s equal parts hilarious, shocking, uplifting and intelligent.

The now familiar The Book of Mormon musical score includes stand out songs “Hello”, “I Believe" and “Baptize Me”, performed by a talented ensemble cast who ensure the laughs keep flowing.

Considered by many to be the funniest musical ever written and equipped with a genuinely uplifting story, you'll definitely want to say "Hello" to The Book of Mormon in London!

What is The Book of Mormon about?

The Book of Mormon plot centres on two Mormon missionaries, Elder Price and Elder Cunningham, who are sent to war-torn Uganda for their two-year mission to bring new people into their church. They find the poverty-stricken local populace to be very angry with God, with a hilariously vulgar song to express it! With a warlord causing atrocities and a temporary home far from the sunny Florida that they hoped for, the pair will need to draw on all their faith and truly “man up” to face the challenges presented to them.

Who wrote the Book of Mormon?

Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of South Park and outrageous comedy films such as Baseketball and Cannibal! The Musical paired up with Robert Lopez, co-creator of Avenue Q and one of the song-writers on Frozen to write the book, songs and lyrics for the show.

Parker and Stone grew up in Colarado, where they encountered the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and its members often and have made references to the faith in many of their other works. The story of The Book of Mormon is told in Parker and Stone’s trademark, in-your-face style with no shortage of vulgarity and crass humour, but also shows a warmth for the Church and is much more a satirical satire than a damning parody.

How long is The Book of Mormon and what time does it finish?

The running time is 2 hours and 30 minutes, including an interval.

7.30pm performances should finish around 9.50pm and 2.30pm matinee performances should finish around 4.50pm.

Who is in The Book of Mormon London cast?

The West End cast includes Dom Simpson as Elder Price, Conner Peirson and Elder Cunningham, Leanne Robinson as Nabulungi, Steven Webb as Elder McKinley, Richard Lloyd King as Mafala Hatimbi and Edward Baruwa as the General. The cast also features a large ensemble who play missionaries, Ugandan locals and other roles throughout the show.

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From £23.80




Rated Excellent

Performance dates:
21 Mar 2023 - 08 Jul 2023
Running time:
2 hours 30 minutes (including an interval)
Prince of Wales Theatre (See map)
Age recommendation:
Recommended 18+. Please be advised that children under the age of 16 may be refused entry if they are not sitting next to an accompanying adult.
Audience Notes:
Contains strong language, sexual scenes, and strong violence. Also contains religious content and themes that some might consider offensive.

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Latest Audience Reviews

It’s irreverent. It’s bad taste. It’s rude, and it’s crude. But it is so damn hilarious. With all... More

AndrewH306 Top 200 reviewer 18 Mar 2023

Great to see this for a third (or fourth) time and really good to see a few tweaks made to keep i... More

carldarling 17 Jan 2023

Stunning. Reviewed the show before and nothings changed. I still laughed out loud, still smiled u... More

maryl31 25 Feb 2023

Great fun and very OTT – insults pretty much everyone. A few lovely songs and some hilarious set... More

katiel16 Top 10 reviewer 05 Oct 2022

When I first saw this in April, I said that I would see this again in a heartbeat; in fact, that... More

AndrewH306 Top 200 reviewer 04 Nov 2022

I love this show. I’ve seen it many times before. It’s a great night out at the theatre and is gu... More

Charmainf Top 50 reviewer 04 Oct 2022

Tickets FAQ

Ticket prices typically range from approximately £24 - £240 depending on date and availability.
The most expensive tickets can be up to £240 and are located in a small section at the centre of the Stalls, Rows F-H. From these seats you are guaranteed the best view in the house, with enough distance from the stage to see the entire set and ensemble, but close enough to see all the detail and expression in the performances. Seat G25 has been described as “a brilliant seat, central and the perfect distance from the stage”. These seats are also surprisingly spacious for West End standards, with one theatregoer in H24 stating “As a 6ft 1" athletic male, I found the legroom plentiful.”
The best way to get cheap tickets is to book during offer periods such as London Theatre Week or Winter sales. Outside of offers, you can still get a bargain on tickets by choosing off-peak performances such as Friday matinees or Monday nights, where even top-priced tickets can be up to £50 cheaper than on popular nights such as Friday and Saturday.

The Prince of Wales theatre has some hidden-gem seats that offer more value than you might expect. Stalls K46 for example is listed as a Restricted View and priced accordingly, but theatregoers report that the view is still very good throughout the majority of the show. Similarly, Circle K25 may be located almost at the back of the venue, but the steep design of the auditorium means the view is still excellent and terrific value for the price.
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