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Where is the best place to sit for The Book of Mormon musical in London?

It can be a "spooky Mormon hell dream" trying to find good seats for The Book of Mormon, and with a vast seating capacity of 1132, the Prince of Wales Theatre certainly doesn't make the task any easier. But lo and behold, we've taken all the guesswork out for you with our handy dandy Book of Mormon Where-To-Sit Guide. Read our tips and tricks for getting the best seats and ticket prices for The Book of Mormon below.

Where is the best place to sit for The Book of Mormon musical in London?
The Book of Mormon is booking at the Prince of Wales Theatre until 17 August 2019 in an open-ended run.

The best seats for The Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales Theatre

London's Prince of Wales Theatre, a Delfont Mackintosh-owned venue formerly known as The Princes Theatre, boasts a refined Art Deco interior and just two seating levels. Due to the theatre's rather wide disposition, there are hardly any seats with restrictive views, which is a huge plus considering The Book of Mormon's extravagant staging and set pieces.

If you're looking to get the most bang for your buck, you may want to try rearward seating in both the Stalls and Circle sections, as they still offer clear views and are generally the cheapest Book of Mormon tickets you can get your hands on! You may not win the Book of Mormon lottery seats, but you'll certainly feel like you've won with a thicker wallet in your pocket! 

However, if you're willing to shell out a little more for Book of Mormon premium seats, then try booking seats towards the end of the front rows in the Stalls, as these are generally the most affordable top-price Book of Mormon tickets. Of course, the more central the seating, the more expensive the tickets.

Where NOT to sit for The Book of Mormon, except as a last resort!

You should never have to sacrifice visibility for the cheapest tickets, which is why you should try and avoid seats A15 and A32 in Circle if possible, as these two seats have a safety rail in your line of sight that may affect your ability to enjoy the show. You should also try and avoid the Loge seating unless you really want to save money on Book of Mormon tickets. While these seats are generally offered within the £20-£30 range, they are also among the few seats in the Prince of Wales Theatre with restricted views. Avoid buyer's remorse and be sure you are making the right decision!

The Book of Mormon London theatre tickets booking now at affordable prices!

Notorious for being among the most expensive West End shows on right now, The Book of Mormon doesn't always have to break the bank. Book your tickets for The Book of Mormon musical with us now and try our interactive seating plan, which breaks down all price bands into different colours and informs you of any restricted views so that you can make informed decisions. 

🎫 Book your West End Book of Mormon tickets for the Prince of Wales Theatre run from just £24 on select performances.


Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels

Ephram is a jack of all trades and enjoys attending theatre, classical music concerts and the opera.


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