Bristol Hippodrome announce limited £15 tickets for The Book of Mormon

Bristol Hippodrome announce limited £15 tickets for The Book of Mormon

Posted on: 07 Jan 2020

Missed out on tickets for The Book of Mormon at the Bristol Hippodrome? 

 

The smash-hit Broadway show is set to kick off its recently-extended run at the Bristol Hippodrome next week, on Wednesday 15 January.

 

And with just one week to go, the Bristol Hippodrome has announced an additional preview performance, on Tuesday 14 January at 19:30.

 

Even better, 1500 tickets for the additional preview performance will be priced at just £15.

 

The exclusive £15 tickets will be available to purchase only in person at the Bristol Hippodrome Box Office from 10:00 on Wednesday 8 January 2020. (That's tomorrow!) 

Photo: Paul Coltas

Can't make it to the Box Office on 8 January? Don't worry! In addition to the preview performance, the Bristol Hippodrome will be releasing a limited number of tickets before each show via ballot.

 

Kicking off on 15 January, the Hippodrome will be running a ticket lottery, in which 15 tickets will be sold at £15 via ballot before each performance.

 

To be entered into the ballot, visit the Bristol Hippodrome Box Office two and a half hours prior to each performance. Entries will only be accepted in person.

 

Two hours before curtain, names will be drawn at random for a limited number of tickets priced at £15 each.

Photo: Paul Coltas

A Broadway smash-hit, The Book of Mormon is a Tony®, Olivier® and Grammy® award-winning production. It'll be running at the Bristol Hippodrome until 22 February 2020. 

 

The Book of Mormon first saw the stage in 2011. Since, the production has enjoyed sold-out runs in London, on Broadway and in North America.

 

But the show's success is of no surprise: written by the creators of South Park, The Book of Mormon has been named one of the "funniest musicals of all time."

 

So, what's it all about? The Book follows the hilarious tale of two Mormon boys sent to a place far, far away from their Salt Lake City home. How will they fare on this long journey? Find out later this month.

 

Limited tickets for The Book of Mormon can still be purchased online. Get yours here.


Article by:

Kate Hutchison

 


Kate Hutchison, Content Editor of 365Bristol.com

Get in touch with Kate at kate@365bristol.com