More tickets released for The Book of Mormon's West End run

Buy tickets for The Book of Mormon on London's West End

Satirical musical from South Park and Avenue Q creators is on stage at the Prince of Wales Theatre until December

The Book of Mormon has arrived in London and will play at the city's Prince of Wales Theatre for the duration of the year, with tickets on sale now.

The broadway musical, written by South Park's Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez, runs until Sat 9 Dec.

The award-winning production tells the story of two Mormon missionaries who travel from Salt Lake City to share the teachings of their religion with a remote Ugandan community.

Despite (or perhaps helped by) the controversial subject matter, the musical has proved to be a big hit, and is back on London's West End after debuting in 2013.

As is to be expected from the writers who created the sleepy cartoon Colorado town of South Park, as well as the marionette heavy, war satire Team America: World Police, The Book of Mormon has a mischievous side, poking fun at religion in the modern world.

Teaming up with songwriter Robert Lopez proved a masterstroke. As well as working on Avenue Q, Lopez wrote 'Let it Go' for Disney's Frozen with his wife Kristen Anderson-Lopez. Songs from The Book of Mormon like 'Hello', 'I Am Africa' and 'Tomorrow is a Latter Day' bring laughs to match their melodies.

The Book of Mormon plays at London's Prince of Wales Theatre until Sat 9 Dec. Get your tickets now.

The Book of Mormon

  • Directed by: Casey Nicholaw, Trey Parker
  • Written by: Matt Stone (music & lyrics), Robert Lopez (music & lyrics), Trey Parker (music & lyrics)

Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone's Tony Award-winning musical satire chronicling the misadventures of two Mormon missionaries in a remote village in northern Uganda.

Prince Of Wales Theatre, London W1D

Wed 19 Sep

£20–£256 / 0844 482 5115

Thu 20 Sep

£20–£256 / 0844 482 5115

Fri 21 Sep

£20–£256 / 0844 482 5115

…and 67 more dates until 8 Dec

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