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easty
15-06-2017, 10:46 AM
I'm off to New York in November, and planning to go see The Book of Mormon on Broadway, anyone seen it? Worth the money? No far off 300 for 2 tickets.

CropleyWasGod
15-06-2017, 11:18 AM
I'm off to New York in November, and planning to go see The Book of Mormon on Broadway, anyone seen it? Worth the money? No far off 300 for 2 tickets.

Saw it in London a few years ago. One of the funniest theatre shows I've ever seen. Want to see it again, to catch all the lines I missed for laughing so much.

Pretty Boy
15-06-2017, 11:21 AM
Saw it in London a couple of years back. Very funny and exactly as you would expect from the writers, definitely not for the easily offended.

300 seems steep but as a show I would definitely recommend.

easty
15-06-2017, 11:23 AM
Saw it in London a few years ago. One of the funniest theatre shows I've ever seen. Want to see it again, to catch all the lines I missed for laughing so much.


Saw it in London a couple of years back. Very funny and exactly as you would expect from the writers, definitely not for the easily offended.

300 seems steep but as a show I would definitely recommend.

Thanks, I could get tickets for other shows for a lot less money, but I really fancy The Book of Mormon. It'll be on my birthday, plus I'd be using gambling winnings to pay for it anyway, so not too concerned about the cost :aok:

snooky
15-06-2017, 03:16 PM
I'm off to New York in November, and planning to go see The Book of Mormon on Broadway, anyone seen it? Worth the money? No far off 300 for 2 tickets.

It'll cost you a fortune if you take all the wives. :wink:

easty
15-06-2017, 03:25 PM
It'll cost you a fortune if you take all the wives. :wink:

:faf:

One is more than enough!

overdrive
15-06-2017, 07:31 PM
Thanks, I could get tickets for other shows for a lot less money, but I really fancy The Book of Mormon. It'll be on my birthday, plus I'd be using gambling winnings to pay for it anyway, so not too concerned about the cost :aok:

It's a gamble and might not be worth doing since it is a show you really want to see... but you could wait until you get there and see if you can get tickets for it at the Half Price Hut (I think it's officially called TKTS) but they don't always have the show you want or the availability on the day you want. There's one in Times Square and at the Seaport Downtown (there may be others). We did it for Jersey Boys and saved a packet.

I've not seen Book of Mormon but friends were in New York recently and saw it and said it was really good (and right up my street).

easty
15-06-2017, 08:15 PM
It's a gamble and might not be worth doing since it is a show you really want to see... but you could wait until you get there and see if you can get tickets for it at the Half Price Hut (I think it's officially called TKTS) but they don't always have the show you want or the availability on the day you want. There's one in Times Square and at the Seaport Downtown (there may be others). We did it for Jersey Boys and saved a packet.

I've not seen Book of Mormon but friends were in New York recently and saw it and said it was really good (and right up my street).

Yeah I'd read about that, and if I wasn't bothered what I was going to see, I'd prob just do it that way.

CropleyWasGod
15-06-2017, 08:22 PM
Thanks, I could get tickets for other shows for a lot less money, but I really fancy The Book of Mormon. It'll be on my birthday, plus I'd be using gambling winnings to pay for it anyway, so not too concerned about the cost :aok:

I was in Melbourne a few months ago, when the show was on there. There were adverts all over the place. So, when 2 smartly-dressed young men approached me in the street and tried to engage me in conversation, I told them "it's okay, guys. I've seen your show, and loved it...."

"Um, we're not from the show, sir......."


Real Mormons.....


:embarrass:embarrass:embarrass

snooky
15-06-2017, 08:28 PM
I was in Melbourne a few months ago, when the show was on there. There were adverts all over the place. So, when 2 smartly-dressed young men approached me in the street and tried to engage me in conversation, I told them "it's okay, guys. I've seen your show, and loved it...."

"Um, we're not from the show, sir......."
Real Mormons.....
:embarrass:embarrass:embarrass

The Mormon after the night before - kinda?

easty
29-11-2017, 02:52 AM
Just saw this, it was absolutely fantastic. I was laughing all the way through it. If it ever comes to Edinburgh I'll definitely see it again.