The Book of Mormon Booking Details

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From the creators of South Park

Rolling Stone Says, "***** The Genii of South Park hit Broadway, and history is made. Mormon is on its march into legend."

It's The Book of Mormon, The Broadway musical from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q Co-Creator Robert Lopez.

Time Out New York says, "***** You'll laugh your head off. Mormon is musical comedy Heaven"

The New York Post says, "***** I LOVE The Book of Mormon."

"The Best Musical of this Century" New York Times - Ben Brantley

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Theatre: Prince of Wales Theatre

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Production Type: Musical

Running Time: 2 Hours 30 Mins

Author / Playwright: Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone

Music by: Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone

The Book of Mormon Reviews

"The show's creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone (the fellows behind South Park) and Robert Lopez (the chap behind Avenue Q), have created something that, God have mercy upon my soul, I found very funny." Tim Walker, The Telegraph ★★★★★

"Indecently funny. The killer whale of comedy. It often makes you want to grimace or gnaw your fist, but there are bursts of brilliant comedy, and it's hard not to be swept along by its joie de vivre... For all its cartoonish devilry, it ends up feeling benign, joyous and even cuddly." Henry Hitchings, Evening Standard ★★★★

"... Crashes into the West End like a drunken, lecherous potty mouthed yob at a Claridges high tea. This is Frankie Boyle with jazz hands, sequins and a carefree smile. Unlike Boyle, it is sharp hilarious comedy which doesn't shock or offend needlessly... Not one for your maiden aunt, but I can see the new modern funky Women's Institutes turning up by the coach load." Alun Palmer, Daily Mirror

Fearlessly stuffed with foul expletives, full-frontal filth, profound political incorrectness and blasphemy. Screamingly entertaining." The Mail On Sunday ★★★★

"Gavin Creel and Jared Gertner are outstanding as the two Elders on personal journeys of self-discovery, while Stone and Parker's deep love for Broadway radiates from every expertly choreographed shimmy... A foul-mouthed love letter to one's fellow man that suggests where to shove God in two different languages." Claire Allfree, The Metro ★★★★

The Book of Mormon News


Hugely popular Broadway musical The Book Of Mormon is now booking at the West End's Prince of Wales Theatre until 27 May 2017, it has been confirmed.

The Olivier and Tony Award winning musical is now in its fourth year in London, having officially opened in March 2013. Created by those behind South Park, the hit show follows two missionaries who travel to Africa to preach about the Mormon religion. It won nine Tony awards and walked away with four Olivier awards including Best New Musical.

Directed by Casey Nicholaw and Trey Parker, the London production currently stars KJ Hippensteel (Elder Price), Cody Jamison Strand (Elder Cunningham), Alexandra Ncube (Nabulungi), Steven Webb (Moroni/Elder McKinley), Richard Lloyd King (Mafala Hatimbi), Dean Maynard, Michael Moulton, Kelly Agbowu and Chanice Alexander-Burnett.

The company also includes: Philip Catchpole, Nicholas Collier, Christopher Copeland, Brendan Cull, Joshua Da Costa, Joseph Davenport, Nicole Dennis, Jonathan Dudley, Myles Hart, Alex Lodge, Joshua Lovell, Rhianne-Louise McCaulsky, Nicholas McLean, David McMullan, David O'Reilly, Sackie Osakonor, Stephen Rolley, Scott Sutcliffe, Ngozi Ugoh, Anna Van Ruiten, Rodney Vubya, Tommy Wade-Smith and Harry Wright.


The hit musical comedy The Book of Mormon has extended its booking period until the 17th September 2016.

The Olivier and Tony Award winning production originally opened at the Prince of Wales Theatre in 2013. Directed by Casey Nicholaw and Trey Parker, the plot follows two Mormon boys as they get sent on a mission to a place that is far, far away from Salt Lake City. While they struggle to bring the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints to a community ravaged by War Lords and disease, the pair find their friendship and faith tested by the extreme situations they find themselves in.

The show is written by the team behind South Park and currently stars: KJ Hippensteel (Elder Price), Brian Sears (Elder Cunningham), Stephen Ashfield (Elder McKinley),Richard Lloyd-King (Mafala Hatimbi) and Alexandra Ncube (Nabulungi).


The Olivier and Tony Award winning Best New Musical The Book Of Mormon has extended its booking period to 6 February 2016 at the Prince of Wales Theatre.

The show, written by the team behind South Park, originally opened in London in March 2013 to very positive reviews from the press.

The musical currently stars Nic Rouleau as Elder Price and Brian Sears as Elder Cunningham, a pair of mismatched Mormon boys sent on a mission to a place that's about as far from Salt Lake City as you can get - Uganda. As they attempt to bring the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints to a community ravaged by War Lords and disease, the pair find their friendship and faith tested by the extreme situations they find themselves in.


The Book Of Mormon has extended its booking period to 7 March 2015. The show has consistently been a best'seller since it opened in London in March 2013.

The musical currently stars Billy Harrigan Tighe as Elder Price and A.J. Holmes as Elder Cunningham at the Prince of Wales Theatre.

When the show opened it was described by the Evening Standard as "Indecently funny. The killer whale of comedy," while The Guardian called it "A work of genius" and asked, "Could this be the new golden age for musicals?"


For this week only, Albemarle has a limited number of top-price seats available with no booking fee for performances of The Book Of Mormon between 29 September and 29 November 2014. The offer is only valid until this Sunday (28th) and is subject to availability.

The hit musical has taken the West End by storm over the past 18 months, with the London Evening Standard calling it "Indecently funny... The killer whale of comedy."


Predictably, The Book Of Mormon was one of the big winners over the weekend in London, picking up four Olivier Awards, including MasterCard Best New Musical, Best Actor in a Musical (Gavin Creel), Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical (Stephen Ashfield), and Best Theatre Choreographer (Casey Nicholaw).

The Almeida Theatre also had a triumphant evening, securing wins for eight of its ten nominations, with five for Lucy Kirkwood's political drama Chimerica - including Best Lighting Design, an award shared with Charlie And The Chocolate Factory. Mark Thompson also picked up Best Costume Design for Charlie, the Sam Mendes directed production currently playing at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

Croation actress Zrinka Cvitesic was named Best Actress in a Musical, following her acclaimed West End lead debut in the hit Irish-set show Once. Also for Once, Martin Lowe (for composition and arrangements) and Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova (for music and lyrics) collected the Autograph Sound Award for Outstanding Achievement in Music.

The BBC Radio 2 Audience Award, the only category voted for by theatregoers, was won by Les Miserables for the second time. The show is now in its 29th year in the West End, and managed to beat Wicked, The Phantom Of The Opera and Matilda The Musical to victory. The award was presented by two cast members from last year's winner, Billy Elliot The Musical, alongside BBC Radio 2 presenter Elaine Paige.

The Best New Comedy award went to Jeeves & Wooster In Perfect Nonsense, the show in which Olivier co-host Stephen Mangan starred in, until very recently. The show has extended its run at the Duke Of York's Theatre, with Robert Webb and Mark Heap taking over the roles of P G Wodehouse's much-loved comic duo.

The Tricycle Theatre's comedy Handbagged, about to transfer to the Vaudeville Theatre, won the award for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre.

Outside the ceremony, theatre fans in the Covent Garden Piazza were able to enjoy performances from many of the big shows, with ABBA's Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus joining the cast of Mamma Mia! to celebrate the show's 15 years in the West End.

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