Performance

VenuePalace Theatre
TownManchester
CountyGreater Manchester
From3rd July 2018
To14th July 2018
What is currently on at Palace Theatre (V490)

Mamma Mia!

Mamma Mia!T1628835840
Set on a Greek island, {Mamma Mia! centres on 20-year-old Sophie who, on the eve of her wedding, launches a quest to discover the identity of her father. After reading her single mother Donnaís diary, she invites three men from her mumís past back to the island they all last visited 21 years ago
Book by Catherine Johnson


Archive :: production:T1628835840, musical:S0758428499, venue:V490
Current production:Tour/Production

Production details

Company

Producer Judy Craymer
Producer Richard East
Producer Bjorn Ulvaeus (for Littlestar in association with Universal Stage Entertainment and NGM)
Design Mark Thompson
Lighting Howard Harrison
Sound Andrew Bruce
Sound Bobby Aitken
Music Martin Koch (musical supervision/additional material/arrangements)
Performer Shona White (Donna Sheridan)
Performer Nicky Swift (Rosie)
Performer Helen Anker (Tanya)
Performer Tamlyn Henderson (Sam Carmichael)
Performer Daniel Crowder (Harry Bright)
Performer Matthew Rutherford (Bill Austin)
Performer Lucy May Barker (Sophie Sheridan)
Performer Phillip Ryan (Sky)
Performer Leisha Mollyneaux (Ali)
Performer Lottie Henshall (Lisa)
Performer Matt Jordan-Pidgeon (Pepper)
Performer Michael Nelson
Performer Natalie Langston (Donna Sheriday - certain performances)
Performer Tom Bainbridge
Performer Devon Braithwaite
Performer Ambra Caserotti
Performer ?ine Curran
Performer Martin Dickinson
Performer Tilly Ford
Performer Courtney George
Performer Sarah Harlington
Performer Samuel Hawkins
Performer Luke Jasztal
Performer Matt Kennedy
Performer Stacey Leanne Mills
Performer Hollie Nelson
Performer Matthew Ronchetti
Performer Ellie Rutherford
Performer Jaydon Vijn
Performer Jamie Wilkin.

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