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ABBA sensation, Mamma Mia, is a must see musical at the Novello Theatre in London’s West End. Featuring hits from the Swedish pop band including ‘Mamma Mia’, ‘Dancing Queen’, ‘Knowing me, knowing you’ and ‘Super Trouper’, Mamma Mia is a musical sensation. Mamma Mia’s music and lyrics are by the original ABBA band members Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, with a book by Catherine Johnson. Set on the Greek Island of Kalokairi, Sophie is on a mission to find out the true identity of her father. Sophie invites the three men that could potentially be her father to her wedding, surprising her mother and causing turmoil on the eve of her big. She is left to work out who exactly is her father, and make a decision about who will walk her down the day aisle. Sophie is played by Sanne den Besten and Linzi Hateley plays Donna, her mother. Sam (Richard Trinder), Bill (Dugald Bruce-Lockhart) and Harry (Alasdair Harvey) are Donna’s three ex-lovers. Mamma Mia is produced by Judy Craymer and directed by Phyllida Lloyd. Since the show opened in 1999 in London’s West End has been nominated for 4 Tony Awards and is the winner of an Olivier Award. The musical was also developed into a 2008 film starring Piers Brosnan, Colin Firth, Meryl Streep and Amanda Seyfried. Don’t miss your chance to see this celebrated musical in London. Buy cheap Mamma Mia tickets from boxofficetheatre.com.
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The smash-hit jukebox musical Mamma Mia was started on March 23, 1999. Till now it has been seen by over 60 million peoples in over 440 major cities. Since it started it won over 15 awards and was nominated for 26 awards.
This Theatre is located adjacent to Aldwych Tube Station. Owned by Delfont Mackintosh, this 1100 seat Theatre was named after Ivor Novello, who lived above the Theatre for many years in the early 1900's.
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Aldwych London WC2B 4LD
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2 hours 35 minutes including one interval.
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Monday - Saturday 7.45pm Thursday & Saturday 3.00pm
Novello Theatre, Aldwych, London, WC2B 4LD By Train: Charing Cross (approx. 600m) By Tube: Covent Garden (approx. 300m), Charing Cross (approx. 600m), Holborn (approx. 600m) By Bus: 6, 19, 13 and 77a stop outside the theatre with many more serving the Strand.
Fri, 5th October 2012
At its heart it remains an irresistible show, full of punchy and hilariously choreographed production numbers (courtesy Anthony van Laast), that is full of heart. The show treads a fine line between cheeky cheesiness and sincerity, but the cast must provide the latter or the former collapses, too. As the mother and daughter at the centre of its story, Helen Hobson and Charlotte Wakefield anchor it with both. Hobson lends mother Donna a tough, gritty heart, nowhere more so than in the anguished feeling she brings to The Winner Takes It All. Wakefield, who made her West End debut on this same stage in Spring Awakening, is radiantly lovely as daughter Sophie, whose attempt to discover her father’s identity drives her to a bigger discovery of her own.The Stage
Tue, 7th April 2009
But what is it that makes the show so appealing? Well, quite apart from having some of the finest pop songs ever written, Mamma Mia! is the ultimate feel-good tale of love conquering all. It is completely uncynical and consistently compelling – it's the perfect show for someone who says they don't like theatre, or who "doesn't do musicals".Guardian