A superhit musical with some fun themes, lots of love and laughter, and a star-studded cast, Mamma Mia is now being staged at the Novello Theatre of London's West End. It's a highly acclaimed theatre show that has also been adapted several times in the past. And even if you aren't a theatre fan, you must have heard of the Meryl Streep movie of the same name...
So it's time you have some fun with friends and family and get yourself Novello tickets for Mamma Mia!. Book now before they run out.
The Ultimate Rom-Com Story
Are you a fan of islands, beaches, sunny weather, weddings, or some spicy family drama? Well, this musical has it all. Mamma Mia has a light-hearted and fun yet complex story that's sure to make you laugh and shed a tear at the same time.
The plot of the play revolves around a woman named Sophie. She lives on a Greek island and is about to get married. Like every good daughter - she wants her father to walk her down the aisle, and give her away to her groom. The problem is, she has never met her father and doesn't even know who he is.
But how could that be possible? The answer is her outgoing and independent mother called Donna. Donna had had several relationships before Sophie was born, and three of them overlapped. So she isn't sure who Sophie's real father is. And since, Sophie doesn't either, she invites all of them to her wedding, without telling her mother anything about it.
You can imagine the drama that unfolds afterwards. Or wait, you don't have to! Because you can see it for yourself once you book your tickets for the Novello Theatre. So get them right now!
More About the Show
Judy Craymer's theatrical adaptation of Mamma Mia! didn't start its West End run at the Novello Theatre initially. The show has had several successful runs in different theatres across the world and, to date, has had a massive audience of over 65 million people. Its 50 productions have grossed over $2 billion, and the number is increasing every day.
The West End run of Mamma Mia started at the Prince Edward Theatre in 1999. It continued there for about five years before transferring to the Prince of Wales Theatre. And again, in 2012, it transferred to Novello Theatre, where it has been running since.
This top-rated show is still people's favourite, and tickets sell out as soon as they go live. So hurry before the house gets packed. Book your Mamma Mia! Tickets right now, and be prepared to have some fun.