London, United Kingdom, March 28, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Burst into laughter while watching the Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales Theatre London. A hilarious comedy, The Book of Mormon has commenced its journey at the Prince of Wales Theatre London from 21st March 2013 following previews from 25th February, 2013 onwards. A West End theatre, Prince of Wales Theatre London is located in Coventry Street, in the close proximity to the Leicester Square, in the City of Westminster, London.
Designed by notable theatre architect of his time, C. J Phipps, the venue was inaugurated in January 1884. The Prince of Wales Theatre London was built by actor-manager Edgar Bruce and was named the Prince’s Theatre initially. A venue with a capacity to accommodate 1,000 audiences at a time, it was ideally located between the Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square, Bruce ensured that the auditorium remains jam-packed from the very first day.
The Book of Mormon is an award-winning classic that made its London debut at the Prince of Wales Theatre London. The show has been conceived by writers of some popular BBC sitcoms, Trey Parker and Matt Stones, the duo has been joined in their endeavour by the co-creator of Avenue Q, Robert Lopez.
The show takes audiences at the Prince of Wales Theatre London for a tour to Uganda. It is a tale of struggle of two Mormon missionaries to share their scripture, The Book of Mormon, with the natives of the people in the African Nation. Featuring songs like Spooky Mormon Hell Dream, I Am Africa, Baptize Me, All American Prophet and Tomorrow Is A Latter Day, it has been brought to the Prince of Wales Theatre London by the original creative team.