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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 Donna's diary, she invites three men from her mum's past back to the island they all last visited 21 years ago to try and find out the truth. Mamma Mia! website
.Performers Sara Poyzer (Donna Sheridan), Richard Standing (Sam Carmichael), Jennie Dale (Rosie), Kate Graham (Tanya), Matthew Lloyd Davis (Harry Bright), Charles Daish (Bill Austin), Charlotte Wakefield (Sophie Sheridan), David Roberts (Sky), Rosie Heath (Ali), Tasha Taylor Johnson (Lisa), Steven Oliver (Pepper), Drew Campbell (Eddie).
Book by Catherine Johnson. Producer Judy Cramer. Producer Richard East. Producer Bjorn Ulvaeus (for Littlestar in association with Universal Stage Entertainment and NGM). Director Phylidda Lloyd. Design Mark Thompson. Sound Andrew Bruce. Sound Bobby Aitken. Lighting Howard Harrison. Choreographer Anthony Van Laast. Musical Director Martin Koch.
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