Book of Mormon extends booking period

Whatever type of entertainment you're looking for, you can be sure of finding it in London's West End, which is known across the world for its fantastic shows covering just about every genre of live performance.

For example, if you're a fan of musical theatre and comedy, then checking out one of the hilarious productions that can be found throughout Theatreland is sure to be right up your street.

Among the most popular of these is of course the smash hit show the Book of Mormon, which has been leaving audiences in stitches ever since it opened in March 2013, while also receiving rave reviews from all the critics – bar none.

If you haven't had a chance to see this amazing musical yet then you'll be pleased to hear that the booking period has just been extended, with tickets now on sale for performances up to October 18th.

The Book of Mormon is the work of comedy pairing Matt Stone and Trey Parker, who first took the world by storm by co-writing the animated sensation South Park, which remains one of the world's most popular and hilarious cartoons, more than 15 years after it first appeared.

Based on the story of two missionaries who travel to Africa to try and convert the locals to Mormonism, the production has been praised as much for its musical score as for its side-splitting storyline, witty dialogue and fantastic acting.

It is currently playing at the Prince of Wales Theatre, which is located just a stone's throw from some of London's most iconic West End hotspots, including Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square – both of which are home to several of London's best restaurants, so you should have no problem making a wonderful evening out of your trip to the theatre.

The Montcalm Hotel Marble Arch is also within walking distance of the Prince of Wales Theatre, which means you won't have to worry about travelling far once the show is over.

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