Mamma Mia

Opened: 6th April 1999

Booking period: 3rd March 2018

Show Times: Monday-Saturday 19:45, Thursday & Saturday 15:00

Running Time: 2 hours 35 minutes

Venue: Novello Theatre

Website: www.mamma-mia.com/london

Social Media: Twitter, Facebook, GooglePlusInstagram & Pinterest

 

The Show

Mamma Mia is the Abba musical.  Mamma Mia was written by Catherine Johnson, and original band members, Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, were involved in the development.

The story begins with Sophie Sheridan sending invitations to her wedding to her three potential fathers, which are supposed to be from her mother, Donna. All three of them come to the Greek island. By the end of the night, all of them believe they are Sophie’s father and are giving her away the following day at her wedding.

In the meantime, Donna is losing her mind because she doesn’t know why Sophie’s dads are on the island or what their intentions are. She never told them about Sophie and indeed she doesn’t know which of them is her daughter’s father. Donna confides in her close friends, Tanya and Rosie.

The plot unravels into a very surprising yet happy ending. It is a fun story with fantastic music from Abba, including ‘Dancing Queen’, ‘Mamma Mia’, ‘Take A Chance on Me’, ‘Waterloo’ and many more.

 

The Cast

Leading and Supporting

Georgina Castle as Sophie Sheridan

Sara Poyzer as Donna Sheridan

Kate Graham as Tanya

Jaquelline Braun as Rosie

Richard Trinder as Sam Carmichael

Dugald Bruce-Lockhart as Bill Austin

Alasdair Harvey as Harry Bright

Chrisopher Jordan-Marshall as Sky

Bobbie Little as Ali

Harriet Bunton as Lisa

Damian Buhaglar as Pepper

Nye Rees as Eddie

Ensemble

Alishia-Marie Blake, Caroline Deverill (Alternate Donna), Jennifer Hepburn, Stuart Hickey, Mark Isherwood, Matt Jordan-Pidgeon, Tyler Kennington, Madelaine Leslay, Natasha O’Brien, Alice O’Hanlon, Alexanda O’Riley, Oli Reynolds, Robbie Scotcher and Katy Stredder

Swing

Tabitha Camburn, Adam Clayton-Smith, Katy Day, Katy Hards, Robert Knight, Stacey Leanne Mills and Adam Paul Robertson

 

Information

Mamma Mia is showing at the Novello Theatre and is currently booking until 3rd March 2018.  The Novello Theatre was opened on 22nd May 1905 and has had many name changes before becoming the Novello.  It has been home to many successful plays and musicals.

The Novello theatre is owned by Delfont Mackintosh Theatre and the best place to buy tickets is through their website or the show’s website.  Mamma Mia have an ‘early bird saver’ offer on Monday-Thursday performances 16 weeks in advance where you receive up to £20 selected tickets. For more information on your visit to the Novello Theatre, read our guide.

Watch our video of the Mamma Mia cast performing at West End Live 2015, click here.