Convert To Mormonism? Read Our Book Of Mormon Review

Book Of Mormon ReviewThe Book Of Mormon continues to be one of the hottest tickets in town. With its controversial yet edgy theme, The Book of Mormon is sure to get you belly laughing from the start. From the creators of South Park this outrageously satirical comedy laughs in the face of a number of contentious topics such as religion, the economy and even musical theatre itself. Its edginess has won the hearts of audiences and critics alike, earning the acclaimed Tony Award for Best New Musical and 4 Olivier Awards in 2014. With well-publicised faces working behind the scenes it was never going to be long before the British theatre loving public wanted their own slice of Mormon cake.

The Book Of Mormon is the biggest musical to cross the seas from Broadway in decades and if you love the satire of Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s cartoon then you’re sure to love this. They both deserve high praise indeed, addressing the absurdities of Mormon beliefs through an all singing all dancing musical is as innovative as theatre ever gets. That said, The Book of Mormon is comical, satirical but in no way offensive. The story focuses on two unlikely Mormon boys sent on a mission to Uganda to convert an entire village to Mormonism. Cue conflicts and controversy, war and Aids, Mormonism suddenly becomes the last thing on the characters minds. With famous songs such as ‘I am Here for You’ and the bizarre ‘Spooky Mormon Hell Dream’ this show is sure to put a smile on anyone’s face.

This West End phenomenon is a must see stand out show at the Prince of Wales Theatre, go get your Ticket now, just maybe not with your in-laws…

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