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Prince of Wales Theatre Directions

The Book of Mormon
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Prince of Wales Theatre

Prince of Wales Theatre
31 Coventry Street
London
London
W1D 6AS

Seating Plan

Directions

Directions
(2mins) Take Coventry Street and the theatre is be past the London Trocadero on your right.

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Prince of Wales Theatre Directions

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Address:
Prince of Wales Theatre
31 Coventry Street
London
W1D 6AS

Nearest Underground/Tube Station:
Piccadilly Circus

Nearest British Rail station:
Charing Cross

Access/ How to Get There
The theatre is located on Coventry Street, which places it within close proximity of Piccadilly Circus, and also the other venues that make up the West End, with nearby examples like the Comedy Theatre, the Theatre Royal Haymarket, Her Majesty’s Theatre and the Garrick Theatre, amongst others. It is found near the turning onto Oxendon Street to the West and Whitcomb Street to the East, with plenty of shops, cafes, restaurants and other amenities within the area.

For those travelling to the venue via the London Underground, they will find the nearest tube station at Piccadilly Circus, though Charing Cross is also within close proximity. Other tube stations in the area, though not as close, include Leicester Square and, a little further, Covent Garden. For those arriving via train, the nearest railway station takes the form of Charing Cross.

There are also transport links for those arriving by the road, with bus services operating in the area and car parks for those arriving by car. The Theatreland Parking Scheme can provide discounts for those with a vehicle and they can find details of such on the Transport for London website.

In terms of access and facilities, there are easy-to-find disabled toilets inside the Prince of Wales Theatre, in addition to wheelchair spaces found within the auditorium, plus room for a companion.

There are devices for the hard-of-hearing in the building, available at the box office, and certain performances have been known to be sign language-interpreted. Meanwhile, for blind visitors, guide dogs are permitted into the venue, whilst large print and Braille programmes are also available.