The Book of Mormon

Prince of Wales Theatre

Box office opening times:
Monday – Thursday: 4.30pm – 7:45pm
Friday and Saturday: 12.30pm – 7:45pm

Call the Box Office on 0344 482 5151


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Friday Matinees (10+)

Bands A & B seats reduced to £39.50.

Groups (40+)

Bands A & B seats reduced to £44.00. Valid Monday – Wednesday evenings.

Groups (10+)

Band A seats reduced to £49.00. Valid Monday – Thursday evenings.

Full price tickets are subject to a £2.50 per ticket booking fee.

All group and education rates and prices are strictly subject to availability and exclusions. Prices include Restoration Levy where applicable and booking fees may apply.
Group rates are not valid on Premium seating. Rates and prices may be changed or withdrawn at any time.

† Calls to Delfont Mackintosh Theatres 03 numbers cost no more than a national rate call to an 01 or 02 number.

The Book of Mormon follows two Latter-day Saints missionaries as they attempt to preach the faith of the Church to the inhabitants of a remote Ugandan village. The earnest young men are challenged by the lack of interest from the locals, who are distracted by more pressing issues such as HIV/AIDS, famine, female genital mutilation, and oppression by the local warlord.

The Book of Mormon garnered overwhelmingly positive critical responses, and set records in ticket sales for the Eugene O’Neill Theatre. The show was awarded nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theatre Album. The original Broadway cast recording became the highest-charting Broadway cast album in over four decades, reaching number three on the Billboard charts. In 2013, the musical premiered in the West End.

Location and Time


Monday – Saturday: 7.30pm
Friday & Saturday: 2.30pm


Standard Tickets from £22.50*
Premium Tickets from £97.50*

Please check individual performances for price availability.


2 hours 20 minutes

Including a 15 minutes interval

For Booking fees and other information click here.


This production contains strobe lighting, flashing lights and gunshots. Parental advisory: Explicit language.

Everyone, regardless of age, must have their own ticket to enter the theatre. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by and sat next to a ticketholder who is at least 18 years old. Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted. Latecomers may not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance.

You may not bring food or drink purchased elsewhere.

For full terms and conditions, please click here.

Accesibility and accessible performances



The theatre itself has no parking facilities but there are disabled bays nearby on Rupert Street and Whitcomb Street. For more information visit the City of Westminster website.


The theatre has an infrared system with headsets available at the Cloakroom. The duty manager in the Foyer will be able to assist with headsets. A deposit of a credit card/driving licence is required which will be returned at the end of the performance.


Assistance dogs are allowed in to the auditorium. Alternatively, our staff are happy to dog sit during your performance.


Wheelchair access is available at the rear of the Stalls, accessible via the step free street-level foyer. Patrons who need to remain in their wheelchair can be accommodated on the aisle of Stalls row U (removing seats U38-39) or on the aisle of row T (removing seats T39-40). We also have a number of transferable seats available on the aisle such as Stalls J34. Wheelchairs and scooters can be stored in the foyer.


There is an adapted toilet in the Delfont bar, accessible by the lift.

Our access host will happily advise and guide should you require help.



We know that communication is key for patrons who have Autism.

We want all our patrons to have a good experience while in our theatres, so we now have a visual tool for parents and carers to use with those on the autistic spectrum and/or with learning difficulties.

There are two versions. A printable version and a video version, both of which can be viewed via the links below.

We have been researching the benefits of using social stories and would like to offer a social story for a visit to Prince of Wales Theatre. We know that people with autism find social situations difficult and understand that we are all unique.