Book of Mormon
This hilarious musical hit from the creators of South Park has been tickling West End audiences for years. It was previously a notoriously expensive show, but with my guide you’ll be chuffed with your cheap Book of Mormon tickets.
Have a listen
|Theatre||Prince of Wales Theatre|
|Running time||2 hours 20 minutes, including interval|
|Age||17+ recommended, parental advisory: explicit content|
|Booking until||18 March 2023|
Fri & Sat 2:30pm
Why should I see it?
- From the creators of South Park
- Winner of the Tony and Olivier awards for Best New Musical
“This is definitely not a show for the faint-hearted. It’s admittedly rude, brash and offensive which isn’t usually a selling point, but I have found that it is a draw for those who often ‘don’t do musicals’. It’s quick to get in to, has catchy tunes, and parodies everything including the genre of musical itself. There are bucketloads of laughs and silliness so it’s great for an easy night out at the theatre.”
How do I get cheap Book of Mormon tickets?
Whether you’re planning ahead or taking a last-minute trip, check out my tips on how to get cheap Book of Mormon tickets in the West End.
Last-minute cheap tickets
The show used to be famous for its daily lottery where they literally pulled names from a physical tombola! But thanks to the pandemic, everything has moved online and day seats have become much easier to secure. The best way to get a spontaneous bargain for Book of Mormon is to try and get rush tickets. TodayTix sell a limited amount of £25 rush seats on the day of the performance, offering great seats around the theatre. They go on sale at 10am each day through the app. Check out my dedicated guide to rush tickets for more information.
Cheap tickets for booking ahead
Tickets start from £22.50 – these are found at the back of the circle, in the circle loges or at the very side of the stalls. The rear circle seats are probably your best bet for a clear, unobstructed view if you book seats as central as you can. The theatre isn’t huge so even at the back you don’t feel too far from the stage. If you want to be right in the action, go for the loges, but be prepared to miss some action on the side of the stage that you are seated on. Book of Mormon does love a bit of dynamic pricing, so I recommend looking far ahead for quieter performances before they rack up the price.
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