The Prince of Wales Theatre Seating Plan – seating includes Stalls and Dress Circle. NOTE: Seating Plans may vary from one production to another and these changes may not be shown.

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Prince of Wales Theatre Seating Plan


Prince of Wales Theatre
Aspects of Love, an Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, opened in January 1989 and run for 1,325 performances. Barry Manilow’s musical Copacabana played at theatre for just over a year in 1994. On Saturday 18th August 2007, Mamma Mia!, with 1326 performances, became the longest-running show at the theatre, overtaking the record set by Aspects of Love.

The Book of Mormon is currently showing at the Prince of Wales Theatre
Winner of 4 2014 Olivier Awards including Best New Musical and Best Actor In A Musical. Rolling Stone says, ‘The Genii of South Park hit Broadway, and history is made. Mormon is on its march into legend’. It’s The Book of Mormon, the Broadway musical from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez. 

The Prince of Wales Theatre is a West End theatre located in Coventry Street, London. It was built by C.J. Phipps and opened on January 27, 1884. The theatre was named after the then Prince of Wales, who later became King Edward VII.

The theatre has a long history of hosting popular musicals and plays, including productions of “The Boy Friend,” “Fiddler on the Roof,” “Mamma Mia!,” “The Book of Mormon,” and “The King and I.”

In terms of transport, the theatre is well-connected to public transport. The nearest underground station is Leicester Square, which is served by the Piccadilly and Northern lines. The theatre is also close to several bus stops, including those on Charing Cross Road and Haymarket. Additionally, several car parks are located nearby for those driving to the theatre.

Overall, the Prince of Wales Theatre has played an important role in London’s theatre scene for over a century and remains a popular destination for both locals and tourists alike.