Prince Of Wales Theatre.

Prince of wales Theatre London

Get set for a remarkable evening with your dear ones at the magnificent Prince of Wales Theatre! The award winning London show, The Book of Mormon is running with packed houses and winning praises and awards from people across the globe. The popular London Westend theatre is positioned amidst some of the popular tourist hotspots such as Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square.

The venue is located close to some of the popular London’s biggest attractions such as Big Ben and Trafalgar Square. You can spend some quality time with your dear ones, as some of the finest and affordable restaurants and bars are located here. To make your show memorable, you can also avail various pre-theatre meal deals.

Prince of Wales is located at 31 Coventry Street, London, W1D 6AS and can be commuted via various modes commutations such as tubes, buses, taxis or cars. Piccadilly Circus on the Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines, are the nearest station to the theatre as they are just 150 metres away from the theatre. You can also visit the theatre by bus route numbers 3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23, 38, 88, 94, 139, 159 and 453. You can also visit the theatre via taxi or car.

With an astounding occupancy of 1160 for each performance, the auditorium spread across two levels as the Stalls and the Dress Circle. The largest part of the auditorium is Stall which is positioned on the ground floor level. This is the section which is closest to the stage. If you are looking for great viewing seats then go for central and nearer to the front of the section that seats. Tickets prices of Stalls are bit expensive, whereas seats towards the back are cheaper. The Stalls is separated into three sections, where best seats start around row J.

Dress Circle is the upper tier of the theatre and offers brilliant views of the stage. Front row Ticket prices are bit similar to Stalls, but seats towards back are reasonable. For disabled patrons and carers, Prince of Wales theatre offers discounted tickets. Year 1884 marked the debut of Prince of Wales theatre as Prince’s Theatre. The theatre has undergone refurbishment and reopened in the year 1937. Some of the notable productions hosted in the recent time at the theatre are Let It Be and Mamma Mia!