Well if you haven’t danced to Abba go get your disco clobber on and party like it’s the 60’s
Featuring the songs of ABBA, Mamma Mia! is the ultimate feel-good show now playing at the Novello Theatre in London’s West End.
Over 54 million people all around the world have fallen in love with the characters, the story and the music that make MAMMA MIA! the world’s sunniest and most exhilarating smash-hit musical!
Writer Catherine Johnson’s comic tale unfolds on a beautiful Greek island and features 27 of ABBA’s best known songs including Dancing Queen, Knowing Me Knowing You, Super Trouper and Mamma Mia!
This enchanting, magical tale of love, laughter and friendship ensures that every night the whole audience has time of their lives!
On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago.
A fabulous, talented cast includes Mazz Murray as Tanya, Jo Napthine as Rosie, Gabriella Williams as Sheridan, James Darch as Sky, Louise Young as Ali, Stephanie Fearon as Lisa, Dan Partridge as Pepper and Rory Phelan as Eddie. Sorelle Marshas Donna Sheridan, with Richard Trinder as Sam, Alasdair Harvey as Harry and Charles Daish as Bill. At certain performances, the role of Donna Sheridan will be played by Shona White.
Also in the cast are Tom Bowen, Adam Clayton-Smith, Jasmin Colangelo, Kate Coysten, Stephen John Davis, Katy Day, Olivia Kate Holding, George Ioannides, Alex Jordan-Mills, Craig Anthony Kelly, Sorelle Marsh, George Miller, Stacey Leanne Mills, Fergal McGoff, Ella Nonini, Katy Osborne, Robbie Scotcher, Brad Veitch, Caitlin Ward and Sasha Wareham.
It’s always fun to go to the theatre, I must admit going out with KK has been harder due to her autism and ADHD, I find it hard to stay calm and not tell her to stop doing things that will attract unwanted attention from people, over the years Ive had horrid comments and stares.
So being with Lou and Hope I feel a little more relaxed, and given it’s a special performance for people to not hide there quirks.
The show set off with introductions of who was playing what part, which was fantastic extra step. Brightly light stage howling with laughter and keira singing along to the tunes, she absolutely had a great time and even wanted to see if there was more at the end!
This cast was different to the cast I had seen many moons ago, but it was still good kept the story running and had a lot of giggles along the way shows that you can be a strong independent woman, have love after loss, very endearing and touching storyline that shows sisterhood as a strong bond.
A lot can be learned from Mamma Mia, one things for sure looking in diarys unless allowed can lead to a very hard lesson . . . !
Overall I would give Mama Mia 4/5 stars
Have you seen Mama Mia? Do you want to see it? What did you think of it ?