The Book of Mormon at Prince Of Wales Theatre: Theatre Accessbility

Prince of Wales Theatre Accessbility

Feel the magic of London show The Book of Mormon at the magnificent Prince of Wales Theatre London! The stunning theatre is located at 31 Coventry Street, London, W1D 6AS close to some of the most popular tourist spots such as Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square. Big Ben and Trafalgar Square are also located near the theatre. If you are planning for a busy sightseeing day then this is certainly the best place to watch out for!

Some of the finest bars and restaurants are located near the Prince of Wales Theatre. Theatre is accessible via various modes of commutations such as tubes, buses, taxis and cars. You can visit the theatre via route numbers 3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23, 38, 88, 94, 139, 159. The stunning theatre has a huge occupancy of 1160, where seating is categorised into two levels as Stalls and Dress Circle.

The stall comprises of the largest part of auditorium and is located on ground floor near the stage. If you are looking for best viewing stage then simply go for the front row seats in stalls and Dress Circle. For disabled patrons and carers, theatre offer discounted tickets.

The Prince of Wales Theatre was constructed in the year 1884 and named as Prince’s Theatre. After two years, its name was renamed to honour the future Edward VII. During the initial few decades, theatre hosted productions of W S Gilbert, Ibsen and Sheridan. In the year 1892, theatre hosted first English musical comedy, George Edwardes in Town.

Later, theatre has been home of various popular productions like Ivor Novello’s debut play The Rat in the year 1924. Due to increasing popularity of theatre, it has to demolished for renovation and enhancing seating capacity. In the year 1937, Prince of Wales theatre was reopened and hosted various popular shows such as Charlie Chaplin’s The Great Dictator. Some of the notable productions at the Prince of Wales Theatre are Rent, The Full Monty, Mamma Mia! and Cliff - The Musical.