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Mamma Mia! Marks its 9000th performance!

Mamma Mia! The Musical On 6th April 2022 Mamma Mia! celebrates its 23rd birthday. The fun originally opened at the Prince Edward Theatre in April 1999. It transferred to the Prince of Wales Theatre in 2004, and onwards to its current home at the Novello Theatre in 2012. The show broke Box Office records at all three venues. The London production has been experienced by over 9 million people so far. Worldwide, the total audience soars to 65 million. This article marks its 9000th performance.

Who’s involved in Mamma Mia!?

So far the show has had fifty different productions and been produced in 16 languages. It has grossed an awe-inspiring four billion pounds at the box office. 2011 saw it become the first Western musical staged in the Mandarin language, in China. The plot is wonderful. The staging is superb. The choreography rocks. But it’s Abba’s magical pop music that tops everything off. The London cast stars:

  • Mazz Murray as Donna - Natalie Langston plays Donna at some performances
  • Josie Benson as Tanya
  • Gemma Goggin as Rosie
  • Richard Trinder as Sam
  • Neil Moors as Harry
  • Stephen Beckett as Bill
  • Emma Mullen as Sophie
  • Jack Danson as Sky
  • Tegan Bannister as Ali
  • Sophie Matthew as Lisa
  • Michael Nelson as Eddie
  • Alexandros Beshonges as Pepper
  • The rest of the cast comprises Natasha Agnew, Chloe Ames, Gemma Atkins, Chloe-Jo Byrnes, Nicole Carlisle, Angus Good, Natalie Jayne Hall, Lauren Hampton, James Humpleman, Morgan Jackson, Frankie Jones, Grace Moorhouse, Jodie Nolan, Dan O'Brien, George Olney, Michael Storrs, Kyle Turner, Amy Thiroff, Michael Tyler, Simon Willmont, and Alex Woodward

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About the Novello Theatre

Dating back to 1905, to the Art Nouveau period, the Novello Theatre is home to the famously funny black comedy murder mystery, Arsenic And Old Lace. It ran for an extraordinary 1337 performances during the 1940s. Past shows at the Novello Theatre include Footloose, The Drowsy Chaperone, and the short-lived 2007 musical version of the Madonna movie, Desperately Seeking Susan.