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Mamma Mia! Tickets

Running Time: 2 hours 45 minutes
Venue: Novello Theatre (Book a nearby hotel)
Venue Directions: Take the Piccadilly Line to Covent Garden station and exit into the piazza. The theatre is approximately 10 minutes walk.
Seating Plan: Novello Theatre

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About Mamma Mia!


Mamma Mia! is a worldwide smash hit, itself based on the success of ABBA's timeless songs. Originally written by Catherine Johnson and produced by Judy Craymer, Mamma Mia! the musical first started off as a West End production at the turn of the millennium in 1999. Since that time, it's gone from strength to strength with further productions appearing across the globe and a smash hit film appearing on the big screen.

Set in the Greek Islands, Mammia Mia! is a simple story about a young girl (Sophie) who is desperate to find the true identity of her father on the eve of her wedding. Sophie has three possible fathers to choose from Sam (an architect), Harry (a banker), and Bill (a writer/adventurer) and she plans to get them all together without her Mother's knowledge and discover who her real father is. But will it be that simple? Will the wedding go off as planned? What will her mother think?

The story of Mamma Mia! is cleverly told through the medium of song – in this case, 27 classic and well-known ABBA tunes, including such hits as Dancing Queen, Knowing Me, Knowing You, Take A Chance On Me, Thank You for the Music, The Winner Takes It All and SOS. And it's simple, heart-warming story, backed by such a strong score is ultimately the reason for its success.

Mamma Mia! has won a number of awards for both its West End and Broadway productions including the Laurence Olivier Awards for Best New Musical and Best Actress in a Musical, as well as Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Orchestration and more. It is said that Mammia Mia! Has gained such popularity with theatregoers that it has now been seen by over 50 million people and continues to entertain more people on a weekly basis. With over 10 years since it originally started in the West End, Mamma Mia! is both a testament to the writing talent of Catherine Johnson and the musical talents of ABBA. It's worth noting that Mamma Mia! is also one of only 5 musicals in history to have run for more than 10 years on both Broadway and in the West End.

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Mamma Mia! Reviews

Great show poor seats

Excellent show but the seats were awful. Please do not purchase seats around C24/C25 in the Grand Circle. Partly my own fault, the fact that they had a restricted view was stated but I didn't realise that they would be so restricted that it would affect our enjoyment of the show so badly. I must stress the show was EXCELLENT it was the seats we had that spoilt it

Review submitted by:  Mr T Moran

Disappointing

I was so looking forward to seeing this show.
It was such an anti-climax, unless of course you are one of the many who are so besotted with Abba songs, you can overlook other aspects of a stage production.
I love Abba's music and so it saved it for me, brilliant music and excellent performances from the artists.
Unfortunately I thought that the stage settings were pathetic and boring and the production minimal and bland.
I thought it such a shame that this musical did not pull out all the stops instead of seemingly relying solely on the music to make it a respectable offering.

Review submitted by:  Ian T

Mamma Mia! News

Mamma Mia! New Cast Details

The long running West End production of Mamma Mia! at the Novello Theatre has announced new cast members joining the musical from Mon 9 June 2014.   Rebecca Lock...  read more

Published: Apr 24 2014 10:36AM

Mamma Mia! and Les Miserables booking to 25 April 2015

Les Miserables has extended its booking period at the Queen's Theatre - tickets are now on sale to 25 April 2015.   The Cameron Mackintosh/Royal Shakespeare Company production...  read more

Published: Apr 2 2014 10:19AM