Set on a Greek island paradise, a story of love, friendship and identity is cleverly told through the timeless songs of ABBA.
Sophie’s quest to discover the father she’s never known brings her mother face to face with three men from her distant romantic past on the eve of a wedding they’ll never forget!This irresistible, sunny, funny comedy has thrilled over 54 million people worldwide and there's never been a better time to see this unforgettable musical.
Whatever age you are, you can‘t help but have the time of your life at MAMMA MIA!History of Mamma Mia!
Mamma Mia! The Musical first premiered in London in 1999. Today productions are enjoyed around the world in eleven different languages with venues as far apart as Hong Kong, Germany, Serbia and Toronto. In 2008 the musical was additionally transformed into a movie which has since become one of the highest grossing cinematic musicals of all time.Why book London theatre breaks to see Mamma Mia!?
Whether with friends, partner or family you will have the time of your life at Mamma Mia! singing along to your favourite ABBA hits at the Prince of Wales Theatre. You can't help but leave the show smiling and in a great mood.Awards and what the critics have to say
Mamma Mia! has been nominated for various Olivier awards and Tony awards including best musical, best actress in a musical and best supporting actress in a musical.
"The Perfect ticket for a feel good night out!" Charles Spencer, Daily Telegraph
"Fresh and Exhilarating" Sunday Express
"London's Classiest Musical" Fiona Mountford, Metro LifeInteresting facts about Mamma Mia!
- There are typically seven performances of Mamma Mia! happening around the world on any day.
- This isn't the first musical based on the works of ABBA. In 1983 Abracadabra hit the London stage and featured Elaine Page and a plot about school kids travelling to space.
- After the main story ends and the cast take a bow, some of the cast return to perform "Mamma Mia", "Dancing Queen" and "Waterloo" in ABBA style costumes.
Exit Covent Garden Station and turn right onto Long Acre. At the end of the road turn right onto Bow Street. At the end of Bow Street turn left onto Russell Street and then right on to Catherine Lane. At the end of the road turn left onto Aldwych and the theatre is on your left. This is approximately a 6 minute walk.