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Mamma Mia!

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It started as a hit song by ABBA, then it became a musical, and now it’s a phenomenon. Mamma Mia! first premiered in London and has since been seen by tens of millions of people across the globe.

Set on a mythical Greek island in the 1970s, the musical Mamma Mia! tells the story of Sophie, a bride-to-be who wants nothing more than her unknown father to walk her down the aisle. So, she invites three of her fiercely independent mother’s ex-lovers to her wedding in a move that could make or break her special day.

Scriptwriter, and celebrated playwright, Catherine Johnson and composers Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus (two of the four ABBA band members) weave ABBA classics such as ‘Dancing Queen’ and ‘Take a Chance on Me’ into an original narrative that is funny and ironic, occasionally cheeky and unapologetically optimistic.

Mamma Mia! is beloved by the world. With a striking number of audience members seeing it two, three and even four times, at any moment this West End triumph is playing on at least three continents. Now at the Novello Theatre in London, Mamma Mia! is celebrating its fifteenth anniversary and there has never been a better time to buy your tickets to this uplifting show. 

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Cancellation Policy

No refunds available after purchase.

Suitable For Children

Recommended for ages 5 years and above.

Good To Know

This production contains flashing lights.

Please note: The seating plans are not accurate representations of the auditorium. While we try to ensure they are as close to the actual theatre plan as possible we cannot guarantee they are a true representation. Customers with specific requirements are advised to discuss these with the theatre prior to booking to avoid any confusion.

Offers Information

Early Bird Offer: Book 4 months or more in advance and save £20 on selected tickets for Monday - Thursday performances (subject to availability).

When Can I Go

Monday - Saturday 7.45pm

Thursday & Saturday 3.00pm

Address

Aldwych London WC2B 4LD

Duration

2 hours 35 minutes including one interval.

Where Do I Go

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.

How Does It Work

You will receive a confirmation email.

If you have chosen collect at box office please print the confirmation and bring it on the day, a minimum of 30 minutes before the performance start time. You will also need to present the card used to purchase the tickets as valid ID.

If you have chosen to receive tickets by post, the tickets will be despatched approximately 2-3 days after purchase.

Novello Theatre

Aldwych London WC2B 4LD

Latest customer reviews

  • Brilliant

    23 March 2017

    Came to London for my sisters 60th birthday, we decided to come no see the show. Brilliant from start to finish. Definitely book tickets when it come to my home town Birmingham in 2018. A must see for all

    Elsiedoll Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Mamma Mia

    23 March 2017

    The show itself was amazing. Unfortunately it was a shame I could not enjoy it more, considering we paid for one of the better seats. There was a company of visitors from another country (with name badges) who reserved the first 3 rows of the dress circle and the two gentlemen in front of me and my daughter were a pain from beginning to end and I could not hear it all or see much when they kept bopping their heads together, giggling and even putting their drink glasses to their eyes as binoculars setting off the rest of their party next to them. Very disappointed when I paid so much.

    AK Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • 23 March 2017

    Brilliant!

    Yelena Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Rather dissapointing

    22 March 2017

    I saw Mama Mia years ago when it first appeared in London and thought it was excellent. Last night I was disappointed in quite a few ways. The main character (Tania) lacked the appeal that I remember and I found her singing very nasal. Her 2 friends and former band mates were great and funny but not nearly as hilarious as the originals were. The play seemed to rush from song to song and none of the singing was as good as Abba. The end was a bit better as the cast managed to get the crowd up on their feet but it says a lot that we all had to be cajoled into it!

    Sheena Confirmed ticket purchaser

Latest critic reviews

  • 5 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

  • 7 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

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