Anarchic comedy, “The Book of Mormon”

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Prince of Wales Theatre, 31 Coventry Street, London 51.509999 -0.131798
Dates & Time:
to
7.30 PM (Mon to Sat)
2.30 PM matinees (Wed, Sat, and occasional Fridays)
Running time:
2 hours 20 mins, with interval
Tickets & Cost:
£29.75 to £87.25. See delfontmackintosh.co.uk
Note: This show is recommended for people aged 17 and over, due to the language and adult themes
It also uses strobe lighting, flashing lights and loud gunshots
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Contact the Prince of Wales Theatre box office at +44 (0) 844 482 5115
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Director -- Trey Parker, Casey Nicholaw
Written by -- Robert Lopez, Matt Stone, Trey Parker
Cast -- (the cast may change on different dates) KJ Hippensteel, Brian Sears, Alexandra Ncube, Stephen Ashfield, Richard Lloyd King, Dean Maynard, Delroy Atkinson, Kelly Agbowu, Philip Catchpole, Christopher Copeland, Brendan Cull, Joseph Davenport, Jonathan Dudley, Harry Francis, Lydia Fraser, Reece Kerridge, Alex Lodge, Joshua Lovell, Nicholas Mclean, David Mcmullan, Tania Mathurin, Brianna Ogunbawo, David O'Reilly, Oliver Ormson, Sean Parkins, Stephen Rolley, Jacade Simpson, Rhys Taylor, Kayi Ushe, Ellena Vincent, Rodney Vubya, T'shan Williams
Music and lyrics -- Robert Lopez, Matt Stone, Trey Parker

If you're a fan of the anarchic TV cartoon "South Park", then "The Book of Mormon" is for you. It's a comedy musical by the same guys -- Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

The story follows two Mormon missionaries as they try and teach some villagers in Northern Uganda the ways of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. But religion is the last thing on the villager's minds... with AIDS and a war to worry about, Mormonism is forced to take a backseat.

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Admin – “The show is not suitable for children. The age given is 17 and above”

mike – “a great laugh, it actually was laugh out loud funny.totally filthy though and full of swearing so if you dont like that kind of humour then maybe you wont like it, but for everyone else just go -- it is a classic got some good tunes in it too”

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