MAMMA MIA!

Mamma MiaMamma Mia! is a real feel good musical featuring Abba's best known songs including The Winner Takes It All, Money, Money, Money, Dancing Queen, Chiquitita, Voulez Vous, SOS, Thank You for the Music, Knowing Me Knowing You, and Mamma Mia.

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Through the songs of ABBA the story unfolds on a small Greek Island where  Donna, who is a feisty forty-something single mum (played by Meryl Streep in the film), relives memories of carefree days and careless nights. She has a daughter called Sophie who dreams of tradition, romance and a big white wedding.

Sophie is about to be married to Sky and wants her father to walk her down the aisle. But who is her father? Her mother won’t tell her so Sophie reads her diary and discovers the name of three men who could possibly fit the bill. She secretly invites all three of them to the wedding and the fun starts when they arrive on the island and discover why they have been invited.

Linzi Hateley is to return to the role of Donna Sheridan from Monday 13th  June 2016. Also joining the cast of Mamma Mia! are Sanne Den Besten as Sophie Sheridan, Richard Carson as Sky, Dugald Bruce-Lockhart as Bill, Jemma Revell as Ali, Amy Webb as Lisa, Filippo Coffano as Pepper and Jake Small as Eddie, with Sorelle Marsh playing the role of Donna Sheridan at certain performances. They will be joining Mazz Murray as Tanya, Jo Napthine as Rosie, Richard Trinder as Sam and Alasdair Harvey as Harry.

Joining the previously announced Sara Poyzer, Kate Graham, Jacqueline Braun, Richard Trinder, Alasdair Harvey, Dugald Bruce-Lockhart, Georgina Castle, Christopher Jordan-Marshall, Bobbie Little, Harriet Bunton, Damian Buhagiar, Nye Rees and Caroline Deverill at London's Novello Theatre from Monday 12 June 2017, will be Alishia-Marie Blake, Stuart Hickey, Mark Isherwood, Matt Jordan-Pidgeon, Tyler Kennington, Madeleine Leslay, Natasha O’Brien, Alice O’Hanlon, Alexanda O’Reilly, Adam Paul-Robertson, Oli Reynolds and Katy Stredder.

They will be joining Tabitha Camburn, Adam Clayton-Smith, Katy Day, Katy Hards, Jennifer Hepburn, Robert Knight, Stacey Leanne Mills and Robbie Scotcher, who are already in the Ensemble.

Joining the previously announced Sara Poyzer, Kate Graham, Jacqueline Braun, Richard Trinder, Alasdair Harvey, Dugald Bruce-Lockhart, Georgina Castle, Christopher Jordan-Marshall, Bobbie Little, Harriet Bunton, Damian Buhagiar, Nye Rees and Caroline Deverill at London's Novello Theatre from Monday 12 June 2017, will be Alishia-Marie Blake, Stuart Hickey, Mark Isherwood, Matt Jordan-Pidgeon, Tyler Kennington, Madeleine Leslay, Natasha O’Brien, Alice O’Hanlon, Alexanda O’Reilly, Adam Paul-Robertson, Oli Reynolds and Katy Stredder.

They will be joining Tabitha Camburn, Adam Clayton-Smith, Katy Day, Katy Hards, Jennifer Hepburn, Robert Knight, Stacey Leanne Mills and Robbie Scotcher, who are already in the Ensemble.

New to the ensemble will be Felipe Bejarano, Tabitha Camburn, Georgina Castle, Edward Chitticks, Louise Dalton, Ben Darcy, Rebecca Giacopazzi, Katy Hards, Jennifer Hepburn, Robert Knight, Rebecca McKinnis, Samira Mighty and Amy West, who will be joining Adam Clayton-Smith, Stephen John Davis, Craig Anthony Kelly, George Miller and Robbie Scotcher.

The booking period in London has also extended to 3 March 2018, with tickets on sale now.

Cast changes from 12th June: Sara Poyzer will be  playing the role of Donna Sheridan with Kate Graham as Tanya and Jacqueline Braun as Rosie.Ensemble member Georgina Castle will play Sophie Sheridan with  Christopher Jordan-Marshall, making his West End debut as Sky. Also new to the cast  will be Bobbie Little as Ali, Harriet Bunton as Lisa, Damian Buhagiar as Pepper and Nye Rees as Eddie, with Caroline Deverill playing the role of Donna Sheridan at certain performances. They will be joining Richard Trinder as Sam, Alasdair Harvey as Harry and Dugald Bruce-Lockhart as Bill with Alishia-Marie Blake, Stuart Hickey, Mark Isherwood, Matt Jordan-Pidgeon, Tyler Kennington, Madeleine Leslay, Natasha O’Brien, Alice O’Hanlon, Alexanda O’Reilly, Adam Paul-Robertson, Oli Reynolds and Katy Stredde joining Tabitha Camburn, Adam Clayton-Smith, Katy Day, Katy Hards, Jennifer Hepburn, Robert Knight, Stacey Leanne Mills and Robbie Scotcher, who are already in the Ensemble.

Written by Catherine Johnson, Music by: Benny Andersson / Bjorn Ulvaeus and directed by Phyllida Lloyd.

You can reserve your tickets to Mamma Mia! which is booking to 3rd March 2018

show times

Monday-Thursday & Saturday evenings at 19:30: Friday at 20:30 / matinees on Friday at 17:00 & Saturday at 15:00 L ength of show: 2 hours 35 minutes (including interval)  

 

HOW TO GET TO MAMMA MIA

Novello Theatre
5 Aldwych
London, WC2B 4LD

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underground

Tube :Covent Garden (approx 300 metres) Charing Cross & Holborn (both approx 600 metres)
Train: Charing Cross (approx 600 metres)

buses to Her Majesty's Theatre
6, 19, 13 and 77a stop outside the theatre with more buses serving the Strand
nearest car park

NCP Drury Lane.

 

DISABLED ACCESS TO MAMMA MIA!

Infrared system in the auditorium, and reinstating loop system in the Box Office.
Guide dogs are not allowed into auditorium, but staff are happy to dog-sit.
Separate access for wheelchair users off Catherine Street. Venue not suitable for scooters. Theatre provides transfer seats for one wheelchair in total per performance. Transfer seats are available at A23 and A24 in the Dress Circle. Wheelchair user must bring a non-disabled companion. Customers who can't transfer from their wheelchair can use Dress Circle AA 10-11.
Disabled access lavatory at Dress Circle level with street access from Catherine Street.