Prince of Wales Theatre London
The award winning mesmerizing nine-time Tony-winning, multi-Olivier awarded and Grammy-getting musical The Book of Mormon is enjoyed by theatre lovers across the world. From the last six years, the popular London classic is running with packed houses at the magnificent Prince of Wales Theatre. To enjoy the show at fullest, you can also avail exciting Prince of Wales Meal Deal packages.
The satirical London show is created by the creators of South Park, Matt Stone and Trey Parker along with critically acclaimed Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez. On 24th March 2011, the popular London classic, The Book of Mormon made its debut at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre on Broadway followed by tour to US and Canada. On 25th February 2013, the show made its UK premiere in the West End whereas in Melbourne on 18 January 2017.
The show is the winner of Best New Musical Olivier Award in 2014 and earned great reviews from both the masses and critics. The popular London show is the story of two young Mormon missionaries who have been sent to Africa to preach the Mormon religion.
Under the superb direction of Casey Nicholaw and Trey Parker, the show is a completely delightful experience. The show is designed by Scott Pask, lighting by Brian MacDevitt, choreography by Casey Nicholaw, costumes by Ann Roth, sound by Brian Ronan.
Currently, the popular London musical has KJ Hippensteel and Cody Jamison Strand who are making their West End debuts in the roles of Elder Price and Elder Cunningham after success tour in the Broadway and US productions in the same roles.
Andrew Rannells and Josh Gad respectively played these roles on Broadway. Rannells is known for some great number of TV shows and films such as Girls and The Intern, and also Broadway roles such as Hedwig in Hedwig And The Angry Inch, and King George III in Hamilton. Gad is renowned for the voice of Oleg in Frozen and playing LeFou in Beauty and the Beast.
The Book of Mormon is 2 hours and 20 minutes show including a 15-minute interval.
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