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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 Shona White (Donna Sheridan), Nicky Swift (Rosie), Helen Anker (Tanya), Tamlyn Henderson (Sam Carmichael), Daniel Crowder (Harry Bright), Matthew Rutherford (Bill Austin), Lucy May Barker (Sophie Sheridan), Phillip Ryan (Sky), Leisha Mollyneaux (Ali), Lottie Henshall (Lisa), Matt Jordan-Pidgeon (Pepper), Michael Nelson, Natalie Langston (Donna Sheriday - certain performances), Tom Bainbridge, Devon Braithwaite, Ambra Caserotti, ?ine Curran, Martin Dickinson, Tilly Ford, Courtney George, Sarah Harlington, Samuel Hawkins, Luke Jasztal, Matt Kennedy, Stacey Leanne Mills, Hollie Nelson, Matthew Ronchetti, Ellie Rutherford, Jaydon Vijn, Jamie Wilkin..
Book by Catherine Johnson. 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).
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