London , United Kingdom (PressExposure) April 02, 2013 -- The Prince of Wales Theatre was built by actor-manager Edgar Bruce in 1884. It was designed by Charles J. Phipps and was named the Prince's Theatre at the time of its inauguration. Two years later in 1886, the venue got its current name after the then Prince of Wales, Edward VII. The house was strategically between the Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square to ensure its auditorium remained jam-packed since those days.
A grade II listed theatre venue by the English Heritage, the Prince of Wales Theatre can accommodate 1,1,60 audiences at a time. The first production that was hosted here was W.S. Gilbert's the Place of the Truth that starred Herbert Beerbohm Tree. The house was demolished in 1937 to make ways for a news and large Prince of Wales Theatre. Gracie Fields while laying the foundations tone of the building sang before the workers on 17th June 1937.
Award winning musical satire, The Book of Mormon made its West End debut at the Prince of Wales Theatre London this march. The show has book, music and lyrics by Trey Parker, Matt Stones and Robert Lopez and has been brought to London by its original creative team. The show transports audiences at the Prince of Wales Theatre to countryside in Uganda. This is running for sell-out performances at the venue are suitable for audiences of all genres.
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