Mamma Mia! has extended its London run at the Novello Theatre until September next year, with a new cast also revealed.

Mazz Murray (centre) as Donna with the cast at the Novello Theatre

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Mazz Murray (centre) as Donna with the cast at the Novello Theatre

Groups of ten or more people qualify for discounted tickets to see Mamma Mia!, which will celebrate its 25th anniversary on 4th April 2024, running at the Novello Theatre until 28th September.

The London cast will continue to star Mazz Murray as Donna, Christopher Dickins as Harry, Stephen Beckett as Bill, Meg Hateley as Sophie and Miles Henderson as Sky, with Jennifer Adab continuing as Donna at certain performances.

Jessie Odeleye will play the role of Ali while you’ll see Kate Graham (Come From Away) as Tanya, Nicola-Dawn Brook (Aspects of Love) as Rosie, Haydn Oakley (The Book of Mormon) as Sam, Olivia Brookes (Pretty Woman: The Musical) as Lisa, Chay Wills (The Cher Show) as Eddie and Arcangelo Ciulla (Newsies) as Pepper.

Christopher Dickins (Harry), Norman Bowman (Sam) and Stephen Beckett (Bill).

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From left: Christopher Dickins (Harry), Norman Bowman (Sam) and Stephen Beckett (Bill) will all continue in their roles.

Since premiering in London in 1999, the musical has captured the hearts of millions around the globe as a mother, a daughter and three possible dads find themselves on a Greek island all unfolding to the magic of ABBA’s timeless pop hits.

The show has now been seen live on stage by 65 million people across the world and turned into two record-breaking movies – Mamma Mia! The Movie and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.

The show originally opened in London at the Prince Edward Theatre on 6th April 1999, before transferring to the Prince of Wales Theatre in 2004, and then to the Novello Theatre in 2012.

The London production has been seen by over 10 million people, played over 9,300 performances and has broken box office records in all three of its London homes. It is the third longest running musical in West End history.

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