Mamma Mia!

Join the fun at MAMMA MIA!, the world’s sunniest, feel-good musical. Since premiering in London over 20 years ago, this irresistible smash-hit has become a global phenomenon that’s captured the hearts of millions around the globe.

Writer Catherine Johnson’s comic tale unfolds on a beautiful Greek island and features 27 of ABBA’s best known songs including Dancing Queen, Knowing Me Knowing You, Super Trouper and Mamma Mia!

Over 60 million people all around the world have fallen in love with the characters, the story and the music that make MAMMA MIA! the world’s sunniest and most exhilarating smash-hit musical.

This enchanting, magical tale of love, laughter and friendship ensures that every night the whole audience has the time of their lives!

MAMMA MIA! is currently booking from 7 June 2021 until 1 October 2021 at the Novello Theatre, London.

What’s the Story?

On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago.

Who’s in it? Mamma Mia!Cast

The cast features Lucy May Barker as Sophie Sheridan, Melissa Nettleford as Ali, Sophie Matthews as Lisa, Kirsty Hoiles as Tanya, Ricky Butt as Rosie and Mazz Murray as Donna Sheridan. At certain performances the role of Donna Sheridan will be played by Caroline Deverill.

The rest of the cast includes Cameron Burt as Sky, Danny Nattrass as Pepper, Taylor Bradshaw as Eddie, with Neil Moors as Harry Bright, Stephen Beckett as Bill Austin and Richard Trinder as Sam Carmichael.

They are joined by Chloe Ames, Lauren Hampton, Jennifer Hepburn, Natasha Agnew, Daniel Clift, Jonathan Cordin, Amelia-Rose Fielding, Shailan Gohil, Callum Heinrich, Frankie Jones, Grace Moorhouse, Jodie Nolan, Dan O’Brien, David O’Mahony, Rochelle Sherona, Megan Speirs, Garrett Tennant, Michael Tyler, Harrison Wilde and Simon Willmont.

Creative Team

Written by Catherine Johnson, MAMMA MIA! has music & lyrics by Benny Andersson & Björn Ulvaeus, direction by Phyllida Lloyd (Tina -The Tina Turner Musical) and choreography by Anthony Van Laast.


Mamma Mia! originally opened at the Prince Edward Theatre in London on 6 April 1999 (closed 27 May 2004); it moved to the Prince of Wales Theatre (previewed 3 June 2004, opened 9 June 2004, closed 1 September 2012); and is now playing at the Novello Theatre (opened 6 September 2012).

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Important Notes

Age Restrictions: Suitable for ages 5 and over. Running Time: 2 hours 35 minutes (with a 15 minute interval)

Performance Schedule

Theatre Information

Novello Theatre
Address: 5 Aldwych, London, WC2B 4LD
Nearest Underground: Covent Garden (Piccadilly line)
Nearest Buses: 6, 13, 19, 77a

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Ticket Information

Official West End Theatre tickets for Mamma Mia! at the Novello Theatre, London

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4 thoughts on “Mamma Mia!”

  1. Brilliant singing, fantastic orchestra, great fun and dancing, bad language and misuse of Gods name included unfortunately

  2. Both my wife and myself enjoyed the show a lovely entertaining night, my only negativity was there wasn’t enough audience participation at the end. Two more sounds please.

  3. im not a fan of musicals but my wife really made a good choice by seeing this musical for my first and I really love it…and i can watch this over and over again

  4. TheSpiritofAbbaPart5

    30 years from now, people will look back at the Mamma Mia musical years, and all the good stuff it has inspired, like Glee, in the same way I look back now at the Abba years.

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