Mamma Mia!

Mamma Mia! Theatre Breaks

Mamma Mia! London Theatre Breaks

The back catalogue of Abba, one of the most successful bands ever is combined with a great original story set on a Greek Island. Mamma Mia theatre breaks, with tickets and hotel accommodation: a great night out in London.

Mamma Mia! The Show

Mamma Mia! London Theatre BreaksLike any bride, our heroine wants her father to give her away. But who is her real dad? On the eve of the wedding three men arrive in a small Greek village not knowing why or to what they have been invited!!

Mamma Mia! London Theatre BreaksEnjoy the songs of ABBA whilst you watch Sophie Sheridan, the gal who is just about to get hitched, and her mother, Donna, who has to deal with three ex-boyfriends turning up out of the blue!

A glorious evening of fun! – Daily Mail.

The perfect ticket for a feel-good night out! – Daily Telegraph

Mamma Mia Theatre Breaks opened at the Prince Edward Theatre on 06 April 1999, where it had previewed from 23 March that year. It moved to the Prince of Wales theatre five years later and finally transferred to the Novello Theatre, in September 2012.

It really is a super dooper ABBA Break!

Mamma Mia! London Theatre BreaksDid you know that Mamma Mia has been running in London for over 19 years and seen by more than 60 million people in 38 productions in 14 different languages? And the film has grossed more than £1.29 billion at the box office worldwide.

The music is by Abba’s Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus and book by Catherine Johnson. Recently producer,  Judy Craymer, was heard to comment that we should not discount a sequel!!!

The musical is kept fresh by a never ending supply of excellent new cast members. 

How to save  on Mamma Mia Theatre and Hotel Packages

Mamma Mia! is at the Novello Theatre on the Aldwych – use the hotel filters to choose your closest hotels when booking your breaks.

There are some great nearby hotels but it is really easy to get to from anywhere in London, so you don’t necessarily have to pay West End prices if you want to book a more affordable Mamma Mia Theatre Break.

Further afield, or if you want to be mainly in another part of London and then just come into Theatreland for the evening, any hotel on the Piccadilly Line  would be within easy access and access to the Northern Line and Bakerloo lines is a short walk down the Strand to Charing Cross Tube Station so there really is lots to chose from. Look at Kensington with its world famous musuems as a great (and slightly cheaper) area to stay.

As far as discounts on the ticket part of the package, try to include tickets for midweek performances – evening and matinees

Mamma Mia Show File

Mamma Mia! London Theatre BreaksGenre: Musical
Theatre: Novello Theatre, Aldwych, London WC2B 4LD
Performance times : Monday to Saturday at 19:45 and Thursday & Saturday at 15:00
Nearest Tube: Covent Garden on Piccadilly Line or Holborn on Central or Piccadilly Line.
Opened: 6 April 1999
Booking to  Saturday 2 March 2024

Mamma Mia Theatre Breaks’ Hotels within walking distance : 5 star The Savoy; 4 star Strand Palace Hotel; 3 star President Hotel

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Reviews

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 by Sara B

I've seen this show quite a few times with different casts and I never grow old of it. Wasn't a mega fan of ABBA when they were in the charts, but love the way the songs are woven around to tell a story - they work so well in a musical setting. And the bright white-washed set really makes you believe it's actually on a sunny Greek island. My favourite bit has to be when the boys sings Lay Your Love on Me and do their "flipper" dance - classic.

 by Ann Smith

We went to see Mamma Mia! and had a fantastic night - great cast, great songs, brilliant dancing and felt so good when I left the theatre although I was a bit hoarse from singing too much!!

 by Jane Wright

Mamma Mia! - the best feel good show in London. Have seen it 3 times and will go again.

 by Deborah Fraser

I recently saw Mamma Mia - lovely, joyous show which we all enjoyed. We loved the end when the audience joined in. Fantastic!

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Simon Harding has grown up in and around London's Theatreland and has been working here ever since he left school: promoting its shows to anyone who will listen!

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One Comment on “Mamma Mia!”

  1. Seen this a couple of times and still enjoy it. Took my two boys along last time and even they came out singing all the well-known tunes. A great feel-good show for all ages.

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