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Mamma Mia! archiveSet 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. Sponsored by SEB (Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB) and SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) Mamma Mia! website.
Performers Alexandra Jay (Sophie), Dean Stobbart (Sky), Vivien Parry (Donna Sheridan), Kim Ismay (Tanya), Lara Mulcahy (Rosie), Robert Hands (Harry Bright), Marcus D'Amico (Sam Carmichael), Dale Rapley (Bill Austin), Kieran Jay (Pepper), Louise Raven (Ali), Kelly Price (Lisa), Jamie Wilkin (Eddie).
Book by Catherine Johnson. Producer Judy Craymer. Producer Richard East. Producer Bjorn Ulvaeus (for Littlestar in association with Universal). Music Benny Andersson. Music Bjorn Ulvaeus. Choreographer Anthony van Laast. Director Phyllida Lloyd. Design Mark Thompson. Lighting Howard Harrison. Sound Andrew Bruce. Producer Judy Craymer. Producer Richard East. Producer Bjorn Ulvaeus (in association with Universal).

Mamma Mia!

Mamma Mia! (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T1004201233. Details of all Mamma Mia! archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0758428499

Archive Listings

23 Mar 99
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29 May 04
Prince Edward Theatre
West End
Greater London

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USER: Supanet (20Jul02): this was our first experience of a London show and we were not disappointed whatsoever. The music, singing and storyline was absolutely fantastic. We would recommend it as a must-see show for all age groups. By the end of the preformance those that could were standing, singing and clapping. The whole cast were wonderfully professional. MAMMA MIA.....BRILLIANT!!!!!!
USER: Supanet (25Mar02): THE BEST!!!! WE WENT TO SEE MAMA MIA THANKS TO CLAIRE(WITH OUR CLASS) THANK YOU SO MUCH I HAD THE BEST TIME EVER THANK YOU LOVE FROM TOYAH
USER: Supanet (25Mar02): Fantastic. went to see the show with my daughter ( 8 ) she knows nothing of Abba but loved the show and the music. Now she has the C.D We have to listen to it 24/7! Every song that is on she will tell us what part of the show it was! She is nagging me SO much to take her to see the show again. Louise Plowright is brilliant as 'Donna'. As I have been moaned at so much going back next week! WE CANT WAIT. BRILLIANT SHOW. BRILLIANT CAST.
USER: UK Theatre Web (18Feb01): Mama Mia is simply THE best show I have ever seen R Coxon nottingham

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