Mamma Mia Theatre Tickets London

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Prince of Wales Theatre


Piccadilly Circus

A mother. A daughter. Three possible dads. And a trip down the aisle you'll never forget!

This phenomenal West End musical delights audiences with its timeless charm and foot-tapping tunes. Mamma Mia! is based on some of the most popular Abba songs, such as Take a Chance on Me, Honey, Honey, I have a Dream, Voulez-Vous, Dancing Queen, Thank You for the Music, Knowing Me, Knowing You and The Winner Takes It All, to name just a few. The distinctive music is skilfully woven into the fabric of a heart-warming story about friendship, love and laughter.

A girl's dream of having her father give her away at the altar prompts her to invite three men from her mother's past to her wedding, and they return to the Greek island that they last visited 20 years before. This West End musical has brought joy and laughter to audiences night after night, so go along and experience the magic of Mamma Mia! for yourself - you won't regret it.

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Prince of Wales Theatre

C.J. Phipps built the Prince's Theatre in 1884 for the well-known manager and London theatre actor Edgar Bruce, and it was renamed the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1886. Sir Cameron Mackintosh comprehensively restored the building to its former glory in 2004. The Prince of Wales Theatre has featured many famous performers such as Peter Sellers, Bob Hope, Gracie Fields and Barbara Streisand.

Currently on stage is the blockbuster musical Mamma Mia! by Catherine Johnson; this story of a mother, her soon-to-be-married daughter and the search for three possible fathers has more productions currently playing than any other musical. It is an energetic celebration of life featuring the timeless and popular music of ABBA.

The Prince of Wales Theatre seats 1, 160 across three levels. It is at 31 Coventry Street in Westminster, London, W1D 6AS, close to Piccadilly Circus. The closest Underground stations are Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus, and the nearest rail station is Charing Cross.


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