Currently the home of musical comedy The Book of Mormon, Prince of Wales Theatre is located on Coventry Street near Leicester Square, and holds 1160 people at full capacity. Established initially in the late 19th century but rebuilt in its entirety in 1937, the Prince of Wales has undergone a fair amount of transformation since C.J. Phipps first laid down his designs, assuming its current title two years after opening as the Prince’s Theatre in 1884. Deemed too small for purpose in 1937, the Prince of Wales Theatre was demolished and built from scratch, with star of the times Gracie Fields laying the foundation stone for what would become one of the most stylish arthouses in London. With additional seats and new bars completing the revamp in 2004, the theatre was given a modern facelift, sharpening it up whilst retaining the original character of its tower-esque building. A much loved part of the West End family, the Prince of Wales Theatre remains a blissful place to take in a show, book your tickets today.
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