The £1.3 billion musical goliath Mamma Mia! has taken audiences by storm. With over 42 million tickets sold
since its 1999 premiere at the Prince
Edward Theatre in London's West End, Mamma Mia! the Musical has been an enormous success. The story about the
relationship between mother, daughter and an unknown father has travelled the world, settling locally at the Prince Edward
Theatre in 2004. A fictional tale peppered with classic ABBA songs like 'Voulez-Vous' and the heartrending 'The Winner Takes
it All', Mamma Mia! the Musical is a wonderful story about love and growing up.
Rife with tunes worthy of sing-alongs, the London production of Mamma Mia! the Musical is romantic, comical and
uplifting. At StubHub! UK you can buy and sell your Mamma Mia!
tickets securely online.
With music by industry veterans Benny Andersson and Björn Ulveaus and a script by playwright Catherine Johnson, Mamma
Mia! the Musical is a fast paced comedy with a lot of heart. Entertainingly scandalous, it tells the story of Donna and
her daughter Sophie, who is on the verge of marrying her fiancé Sky at her mother's B&B on the Greek island of Kalokairi.
In an attempt to unearth the identity of her father, Sophie invites Donna's former lovers to attend her wedding without telling
her mom. As the three men - Sam, Bill and Harry - show up at the B&B, Donna discovers her daughter's plan, setting off a series
of amusing acts set to the tunes of Swedish pop group ABBA.
Mamma Mia!'s London cast lends their energy and talents to fully realising this long-time hit onstage. Their dedication
has clearly paid off; audiences have and continue to frequent Mamma Mia! the Musical in London and when it tours
other cities. Whether 'Dancing Queen' or 'Super Trouper', audience members of all types leave the theatre feeling spirited
after each Mamma Mia! show.
London and the West End are full of bustling restaurants and amazing
musicals. You need not stray far to reach audience favourite
Les Misérables or success story Billy
Elliot in this cultural centre. For tickets and theatre schedules visit StubHub! UK's Comedy and Theatre page.