Is the Book of Mormon closing in London?
The West End production of The Book of Mormon is set to reopen at London’s Prince of Wales Theatre (the current home of The Windsors: Endgame) on 15 November 2021 – 20 months after closing due to the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns.
Where is the seat of the Prince of Wales?
Prince of Wales Theatre Seating Plan Situated in Coventry Street, near Leicester Square in the heart of the West End, the Prince of Wales Theatre was established in 1864.
Is LDS the same as Jehovah Witness?
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also known as the Mormon Church, and the Jehovah’s Witnesses are Christian sects based in the United States.
Is THE BOOK OF MORMON funny?
THE BOOK OF MORMON is hilarious, smart and filled with so many great musical numbers. With nine Tony Awards to its name, it’s a highpoint in musical theatre history and should be seen by any who think they can handle its brand of humor.
How old is the Prince of Wales Theatre?
A unique West End theatre, the auditorium holds over 1,160 people on only two intimate levels. The expansive Stalls wrap around the stage, with a wide Circle overhang above. The theatre does feel particularly wide, and there is a varying degree of view quality from all seats.
Where should I sit for the Book of Mormon?
A good theatre experience is good as long as you’re sitting at the right place. Here are the best seating options for The Book of Mormon London. In the stalls section, Row E seats 27-32, row F 15-31, row G 15-32 and row H 15-33 are marked as ‘Premium’ seats. From these seats you will have a perfect view of the stage.