The Book of Mormon

musical

Don’t miss the unforgettable musical comedy THE BOOK OF MORMON in London’s West End, at the Prince of Wales Theatre.

After stunning audiences on both Broadway and the West End, winning 9 Tony Awards – including Best Musical – and even winning a Grammy award for the soundtrack, THE BOOK OF MORMON is rapidly becoming a theatrical phenomenon.

Comedy duo Trey Parker and Matt Stone – the geniuses behind the animated hit South Park – joined forces to create this hilarious musical that breathes three-dimensional, all-singing, all-dancing life into the absurdities of Mormon dogma, whilst simultaneously being incredibly rude, potentially offensive and above all, unexpectedly endearing.

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What is The Book of Mormon about?

The musical tells the story of two Salt Lake City Mormons sent as missionaries to Uganda, hoping for a few baptisms and a couple of conversions. Instead, they are welcomed by some very harsh realities and a particularly unpleasant warlord. The lyrics are guaranteed to have you weeping with laughter, and you’ll almost certainly be humming the music by Avenue Q’s Robert Lopez for weeks after. It’s fun, lightweight, but thought-provoking, too; addressing everything from consumerism to religion, The Book of Mormon is a musical like no other. Its staggering and well-deserved success make it a real must-see.

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Running Time

2 hours 30 minutes (including interval)

Cast & Creatives

Dom Simpson (Elder Price), Tom Xander (Elder Cunningham), Leanne Robinson (Nabulungi), Steven Webb (Moroni/Elder McKinley), Richard Lloyd King (Mafala Hatimbi), Dean Maynard (Price’s Dad/Joseph Smith/Mission President), Michael Moulton (General/Satan), Thomas Audibert (Ensemble), Adam Bailey (Swing), Philip Catchpole (Ensemble), Christopher Coperland (Swing), Joseph Davenport (Swing/Assistant Dance Captain), George Grayson (Swing), Myles Hart (Swing), Portia Harry (Ensemble), Olivia Hibbert (Ensemble), Jed Hoyle (Ensemble), M-Jae Cleopatra Issac (Ensemble), Oliver Jacobson (Standby Elder Cunningham), Cal-I Jonel (Ensemble), Ryan Kopel (Ensemble), David McMullan (Swing.Resident Choreographer), Jack McNeill (Ensemble), Paige Miller (Ensemble), Sean Parkins (Ensemble.Dance Captain), Kirk Patterson (Ensemble), Luke Redmore (Ensemble), Stephen Rolley (Ensemble), Fred Smiley (Ensemble), Patrick Sullivan (Ensemble), Anna Van Ruiten (Swing), Rebecca-Daisy Wellington (Swing)

Trey Parker (Co-Director, Book, Music, Lyrics), Robert Lopez (Book, Music, Lyrics), Matt Stone (Book, Music, Lyrics), Casey Nicholas (Co-Director, Choreography), Scott Pask (Scenic Design), Ann Roth (Costume Design), Brian Macdevitt (Lighting Design), Brian Ronan (Sound Design), Stephen Oremus (Music Supervision/Vocal Arrangements/Orchestrations), Josh Marquette (Hair Design), Larry Hochman (Orchestrations), Glen Kelly (Dance Arrangements)

Soundtrack

  1. Hello
  2. Two by Two
  3. You and Me (But Mostly Me)
  4. Hasa Diga Eebowai
  5. Turn It Off
  6. I Am Here for You
  7. All American Prophet
  8. Man Up
  9. Making Things Up Again
  10. Spooky Mormon Hell Dream
  11. I Believe
  12. Baptize Me
  13. I Am Africa
  14. Joseph Smith American Moses
  15. Tomorrow Is a Latter Day

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Please note: Contains explicit language.

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Venue Information

Prince of Wales Theatre

31 Coventry Street, London, W1D 6AS

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Nearest Tube/Rail Station

Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square or Charing Cross

Buses

14, 19, 22, 38

Nearest Car Parks

Whitcomb Street.

In the Press

The Sunday Telegraph

'It's hilarious. God have mercy upon my soul'

Metro

'Foul-mouthed, funny and wild. Terrifically entertaining.'

Evening Standard

'Indecently funny. The Killer whale of comedy'

The Independent

'Brash, crude, and offensive. A massive hit. '

The Independent on Sunday

'A blast. Lord, these Mormons move in hilarious ways.'

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