Award winning London show, Mamma Mia is running with packed houses at the magnificent Novello Theatre London. The popular London show is one of the world’s biggest musicals with blockbuster productions across several countries. The sensational London show is the mother of all jukebox musicals and positioned as the long runners in the West End. With more than millions of fans across the globe, the show is a completely delightful experience for theatre lovers.
Hugely loved and favourite ABBA hits make the show a stunning experience. The show is set against the backdrop of remote Greek Island. The enjoyable London show is a complete fun where there is wedding, mistaken identity and of course – fun. Mamma Mia is hugely popular amongst people of all age groups. The ultimate feel good musical, features chartbusting musical such as ‘Dancing Queen’, ‘Money Money Money’ and ‘Waterloo’, sing along and say ‘Thank you For the Music…’
The show revolves around single mother Donna and her daughter Sophie. Sophie is just a few days away from getting married to Sky. She is always keen to know the real identity of her biological father. She reads her mother diary and find our three men from her past. She invites all three of then on her wedding eve without informing mum Donna.
The hours and twenty minutes show is recommended for 7+ kids. The show is enjoyed by people of all ages. Mamma Mia! Is truly a wonderful show. ABBA’s heart touching composition makes the show a must watch experience. if you are a fan of the blockbuster movie will enjoy seeing then get set for an mesmerizing theatrical experience.
The popular Novello Theatre is one of several theatres positioned along the Aldwych, it is, a long road curving along the bottom of the West End. The venue also features some of the high quality London hotels such as Aldwych One, along with huge range of impressive restaurants and bars. You can also go for Try Cellar Door, a cabaret bar directly adjacent to the theatre. iSome of the popular tourist attractions are The National Portrait Gallery, National Gallery and Covent Garden. All of them are located within walking distance of the Novello Theatre.
Earlier, Novello Theatre was initially built constructed as part of a pair with the Aldwych Theatre. W. G. R. Sprague designed the theatre with varied transformations. On May 1905 theatre made its debut. Initially it was named as Waldorf Theatre. In 1909, it was renamed the Strand Theatre, the Whitney Theatre in 1911 and the Strand Theatre again in 1913 until 2005. The Grade II-listed building has a occupancy of 1105 patrons in its auditorium.