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                                   Prince of Wales Theatre

The stunning Prince of Wales Theatre is located at 31 Coventry Street, London, W1D 6AS positioned amidst the immensely popular Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square.  Some of the topmost London attractions are located at a nearby distance to the theatre such as Big Ben and Trafalgar Square. This is a great place for the visitors to enjoy some sight seeing.

To make things more enjoyable for the visitors, there are various restaurants and bars along with many pre-theatre meal deal packages. Prince of Wales theatre is located at an accessible location and can be commuted via various modes of commutations such as tubes, buses, taxis and cars. You can visit the theatre via bus route numbers such as 3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23, 38, 88, 94, 139, 159 and 453.

Prince of Wales Theatre has a huge occupancy of 1160, where seats are categorised into two levels as Stalls and Dress Circle. The largest part of the auditorium is occupied with Stalls which is divided into three sections. For those who are looking for better views of the stage can opt for the stalls. Through the main entrance, you can access the foyer. After entering the theatre, there is lift service for all floors except Circle.

For disabled patrons and carers, theatre offers discounted tickets. At the back side of the Stalls section, there are wheelchair spaces. The Box office has    an induction loop along with an infra-red system which is installed in the main auditorium.

In the year 1884, Prince of Wales Theatre was built and named as Prince’s Theatre. Theatre has been home to some of the popular productions such as debut play of Ivor Novello, The Rat in the year 1924. Due to immense popularity of theatre, its building was demolished and reconstructed with a larger seating capacity. Some of the popular shows hosted at the theatre are Mamma Mia, Aspects of Love, Rent, The Full Monty, Let It Be and The Book of Mormon!


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  • The Book of Mormon
    •                                              The Book of Mormon

      The blockbuster London show, The Book of Mormon after coming direct from a sell out season on Broadway has broken various box office records. The enjoyable London show is the winner of 9 Tony awards which includes Best Musical, Best Book, best Score and Best Director. The show has won huge acclamations from people all across the globe and was a huge hit amongst the classes and masses.

      The creative team of South Park, the long running comedy, Trey Parker and Matt Stone penned the show in collaboration with the co-creator of hit musical Avenue Q, Robert Lopez. In the year 2010, the show made its debut at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre on Broadway and went on becoming a great success.

      The Book of Mormon enjoyed rave reviews from media and critics as well along with a scintillating sell out US National Tour. The story of The Book of Mormon is set against the backdrop of Salt Lake City and revolves around two Mormon Elders who have been sent to Uganda for some missionary duties.

      On their arrival in a small African village, they have to face a lot of hostility as their beliefs have been also challenged. They have to struggle a lot in terms of mission, friendships and relationships. Some of the major highlights of the show are chartbusting music, outstanding choreography and spectacular production makes the show an enjoyable audio visual treat.

      The two hours and thirty minutes show is recommended for 17+ as there is some satirical and dark comedy not suitable for kids. The lead role of Elder Price and Elder Cunningham are portrayed by Gavin Creel and Jared Gertner along with the talented cast which comprises of Alexa Khadime. Under the superb direction of Casey Nicholaw, the show is a must watch for theatre lovers.


Venue Info

Coventry Street, London, W1D 6AS

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