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The stunning and popular London WestEnd theatre, the Prince of Wales Theatre is one of the oldest theatres with a historythat dates back several years ago. In the year 1884, the famous theatre wasfounded by actor-manager Edgar Bruce. Under the supervision of notablearchitect Charles J. theatre was designed. The historic is known for hostingsome of the most loved and mesmerizing plays and musicals. The current site ofPrince of Wale shaves two theatres. In the year 1884, the first one wasconstructed and lasted in 1937, whereas the other one came as a replacement andstands till today.

Since its debut, the theatre isknown for hosting and witnessing some great shows and performances by some ofthe popular theatre artists. This makes the theatre always popular amongst the theatrelovers. The popular theatre is currently hosting the famous and the multi-Tonyand Olivier Award-winning musical, The Book of Mormon.

The hugely acclaimed show is pennedfrom the writers of South Park. If you are planning to enjoy the show at fullest,then get set for a remarkable evening with your dear ones. The popular theatreis positioned amidst famous tourist hotspots such as Piccadilly Circus andLeicester Square. Some of the popular tourist attractions such as Big Ben andTrafalgar Square are located at a nearby distance from the theatre. For thosewho want to experience some enjoyable sightseeing then this is an ideal positionto go for. The venue also features some of the finest restaurants and bars,along with wide range of pre-theatre meal deals.

For those who are worried about the commutationthen no need to worry, as The Book of Mormon is located at an easily accessiblelocation. You can visit the theatre via tubes. The close st station to thetheatre is Piccadilly Circus on the Baker loo and Piccadilly lines, located ata distance of  150 meters away from the theatre.

You can also visit the theatre by busnumbers 3, 6, 9, 12,13, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23, 38, 88, 94, 139, 159 and 453.Youcan also hire a taxior drive your own car, as the nearest car park is theQ-Parkat Trafalgar Square. Q-Park participates in a half-price Theatre land parkingscheme. If you are looking for more information, just log on to the website.

The Prince of Wales Theatre has astoundingoccupancy of 1160for each performance.  The auditorium is spread acrosstwo levels called the Stalls and the Dress Circle. The largest part of theauditorium is Stall, located on the ground floor level, closest to the stage.For better viewing experience, central and nearer to the front of the sectionthat seats are the better. Prices for seats in the Stalls are quite high asthey are in their premium location, especially in the front and centre rows. Forthose who are looking for slightly affordable tickets can go towards the back ofthe section.  For best viewing experience, you can go for row J.

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The Book Of Mormon

Date From 03/01/2013     Date From 05/31/2022
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31, Coventry Street London

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