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Mamma Mia!, the endearing love story of seemingly universal appeal, set on a fictional Greek island and set to the songs of the Swedish seventies super-group ABBA, seems more popular than ever, with many fans returning time and again to experience its magic.
This global phenomenon is a sweet and sensational show based on the songs of ABBA, whose timeless songs such as Dancing Queen, I Have A Dream, Voulez-Vous and Take A Chance On Me, take you on the ultimate feel-good journey.
Mamma Mia! whisks you off to a Greek island paradise, where you follow the story of a daughter's quest to discover the identity of her father. Set on the eve of her wedding, the daughter comes face to face with three men from her mother's past - but who is the father?
An enchanting tale of love, laughter and friendship.
Night after night, audiences are having the time of their lives at this magical musical.
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Theatre: Prince of Wales Theatre - (Seating Plan)
Address: 31 Coventry Street, London W1D 6AS - (Area Map)
Closest Tube: Covent Garden - (Tube Map)
Shows running until: Sat, 26th March 2011
Matinees: Fridays at 5.00PM and Saturdays at 3.00PM
Evening shows: Mon to Thu & Sat at 7.30PM, Fri at 8.30PM
Duration: Two hours and 45 minutes
NICHOLAS DE JONGH of the EVENING STANDARD says, "Thank you for the music…shame about the musical".
BENEDICT NIGHTINGALE of THE TIMES says, " With so much fun in the theatrical air, the rest of us might as well indulge them."
SHERIDEN MORLEY on TELETEXT really enjoyed the show saying, "After a shaky start, Mamma Mia soars" and goes on to say, "It's a genuinely touching and comic book allied to some of the greatest and most theatrical pop songs ever written."
KATE BASSETT of THE DAILY TELEGRAPH says, "Unfortunately, Johnson's dialogue often sounds like a banal soap opera" and goes onto say, "The cast are clearly having a hoot, almost raising their eyebrows when they have to break into lyrics that are barely relevant."
THE FINANCIAL TIMES says, "You shouldn't take Mamma Mia! seriously: which is precisely why it proves to be one of the few good musicals on the London stage today."