Mamma Mia London
Novello Theatre London
Well today marked a very long over due visit to see the Westend classic that is Mamma Mia. It’s even more over due after reading the programme on the way home and realising the last time I saw this show was back In 2011 before it transferred from the Prince of Wales theatre.
It was totally worth the long wait, I’ve loved Abbas music since I was young and this show every year is one of my high lights when the cast perform at Westend Live.
The show itself was brilliant from the start, my only downside was having a restricted view but you didn’t miss much if you knew the story.
The soundtrack to this show is one of the classics of the Westend and you will be singing along to all the hits including, Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie, Super Trooper, Waterloo, Mamma Mia and many more.
The Energy from today’s crowd was pretty much like being at a concert.
I have to give my star of the show to two amazing ladies, Lucy May Barker and Sarah Poyzer playing Sophie and Donna Sheridan. With incredible vocals they work so well in their roles I enjoyed seeing their mother/daughter relationship play out on stage.
If you haven’t already seen the show or want to see it again I recommend grabbing a ticket now for a great evening out.
I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this review, let me know below if you’ve seen the show and what you thought.
Have a great weekend