The Book of Mormon, Best Musical Ever!
GO, just GO! I cannot recommend it enough!
The Book of Mormon is by far the best musical I’ve ever seen – hysterically funny, sharp and bold, and I would expect nothing less from the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, who co-wrote the show with Robert Lopez.
In London, as in New York, the musical The Book of Mormon is a huge success! The musical has won 9 (!) Tony Awards, including one for Best Musical.
By all accounts, it is a musical that will stay in London for many years to come!
The award-winning comedy takes a hilarious and cynical look at religion with some exceptionally catchy songs that will have you humming all the way home (and maybe even at home, years after!).
It focuses on young Mormon missionaries and what happens to them on their journey to and in their ‘desired destination’, Uganda, as they try to convert the locals.
Who Will Enjoy The Musical? Tickets & More Information
The musical requires an intermediate level of English and is not suitable for children.
The musical is recommended for ages 18 and over.
In our opinion, a teenager who understands sophisticated humour will definitely enjoy the musical.
Tickets are currently on sale for shows until October 2023.
We recommend the following sites which WE have ordered from in the past and which are established and reliable:
Heads-up: Anyone under the age of 16 wishing to attend the performance must be accompanied by an adult and seated next to them.
Book of Mormon, a South Park episode
For those of you who have already seen the musical, this video clip is dedicated to you :) What would happen if they adapted the musical to a South Park episode? Here is the song Hello, South Park style!
Book of Mormon in New York!
Tickets for the show in New York can be found on Headout, the musicals page.
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For a witty and sophisticated musical for children – young and old – try Matilda.
If you are looking for a light-hearted musical without the need for good English and love Abba’s songs, try Mamma Mia!
A journey for great performers, biographies and hits, try The Musical Jersey Boys / The Tina Turner Musical, A Hit Musical
For a big and very impressive show, try the musical Moulin Rouge.
For teens, try Wicked.
If you are looking for a play rather than a musical, try Witness For the Prosecution and The Mousetrap – both Agatha Christie classics.
For a great comedy, try The Play That Goes Wrong, which is brilliant!
And of course Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which is in two parts.
For more options and full information, check out London Musicals and Plays 2023 – 2024