Prince of Wales Theatre London
A remarkable West End Theatre sprawling presence over a century, Prince of Wales Theatre is one of the prominent landmarks of the Coventry Street, where it has been located since January 1884. It was actor-manager Edgar Bruce who got the venue designed by Charles J. Phipps, the man behind some of the greatest West End theatres. The house is at present staging performances of award winning musical The Book of Mormon.
The hilarious comedy has made its West End debut at the Prince of Wales Theatre London this March. The Book of Mormon show has been brought to London by its original creative team and has been running for sell-out performances night after night.
The house was given its present name after the then ‘Prince of Wales’ Edward VII and boasts its royal lineage still today. While evolving as one of the modern venues for hosting theatrical performances, the Prince of Wales Theatre London has withheld its unique pristine charms. Along with the dazzling musical running here, the venue is must visit to catch glimpse of its grand Edwardian architecture.
The Prince of Wales Theatre is positioned at the 31 Coventry Street, London, WID 6AS. If you are looking for various modes of transportation or accessibility options then you need not worry. The nearest underground accessibility option is the Piccadilly Circus, whereas as the nearest rail is the Charing Cross. For bus routes, you can go for 14, 19, 22 and 38
Brains behind some of the accredited comical sitcoms, Trey Parker and Matt Stone have joined hands along Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez to write this incredible piece. Daily shows of the musical will be hosted at the Prince of Wales Theatre between Monday and Saturday at 19:30 and matinees on Wednesday and Saturday at 14:30.
The Book of Mormon transports audiences to a trip to countryside in Uganda. It is the story of two Mormon missionaries Price and Cunningham to educate the mass there about The Book of Mormon. But people there have many serious issues like famine, AIDS, poverty and war to address, rather than embracing teachings of the book. Creators have impeccably created a hilarious plot featuring their struggle that bursts audiences to laughter all the while they watch the show.
The musical features songs like Spooky Mormon Hell Dream, I Am Africa, Baptize Me, All American Prophet and Tomorrow Is A Latter Day and is suitable for audiences of all genres. The role of Elder Price will be played by Gavin Creel while Elder Cunningham will be portrayed by Jared Gertner. Both of them are currently featuring as leads in the Los Angeles production of the show running at the Pantages Theatre.
The rest of the cast will comprise of Mark Anderson, Stephen Ashfield, Benjamin Brook, Daniel Buckley, Daniel Clift, Ashley Day, Terry Doe, Candace Furbert, Patrick George, Nadine Higgin, Tyrone Huntley, Evan James, Chris Jarman, Michael Kent, Alexia Khadime, Matt Krzan, Oliver Liddert, Daniel McKinley, Luke Newton, Terel Nugent, Haydn Oakley, Olivia Phillip, Lucy St. Louis, Giles Terera, Kayi Ushe, Tosh Wanogho-Maud, Liam Wrate.
Jarred Gertner makes its West End debut with The Book of Mormon while Gavin Creel’s West End credit includes his portrayal of Claude in Hair at the Gielgud Theatre and that of Bert in Marry Poppins at the Prince Edward Theatre. Gartner’s stage credit includes his role in the Spelling Bee at the Circle in the Square Theatre and in Ordinary Days at the Roundabout Theatre.
Book of Mormon Show Closing: 19 sept. 2015
Running Time: 2 hrs. 30 mins.
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