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Graham from Portsmouth
A TERRIFIC SHOW
I took my girlfriend to see Mamma Mia last Valentine's Day, we had seats in the second row and we had a fantastic time, particularly during the encore sequence at the end. I don't need to say that the music is fab, but its an engaging story with a lot of laughs and a perfect good-night-out style of show.
Jim from Weybridge, England
A FEELGOOD COUPLE OF HOURS
I am just about to leave to see Mama Mia with the family for the 5th time. My 10 and 13 years olds love it because it has a story is beautifully sung and alot of laughs - you dont need to have been a 70s child to have a great time. I always book well in advance to get the best seats and personally prefer the circle to the stalls.
Tammy from London, England
Although I love Abba, the reason I went to see mamma mia was to take my mother as a birthday surprise. She has been wanting to see it forever. I never expected to love love love it so much myself. i loved it so much I'm going again soon
Lindsay from Whitehaven
This was my first ever visit to London and we booked to see 2 West End shows, Dirty Dancing and Mama Mia. I was so excited and I had heard so much about West End shows, so I felt a little underwhelmed after seeing Dirty Dancing, it was good, but not what I expected. But then I saw Mama Mia and wow - I see what all the hype is about! The cast were phenonemal, they really connected and I laughed and cried during the show, it was absolutely fantastic and I didn't want it to end. The Abba songs are timeless and it was brilliant how they were tied into the storyline. I can't wait until the film is out in the summer! Blew away!!!
Phil, Paula & Sophie from Manchester
This was a wonderful show. If you're after a show that doesn't make you want to change the world, think too much, or make you wonder if you've wasted your life. If you want someting that is witty, lively, and very entertaining, then this is perfect. It's like one of those sunday afternoon old movies. You know all the songs, you've seen the storyline before, so don't worry about if you'll like it, cus I can gaurantee you'll love it. What made it even better was the very helpful and curteous staff. From the chap outside who helped us in through to the kind members of staff who couldn't do enough to help. They even made sure we had a clear path to get our disabled foster child out on a level path. We can only thank everyone from staff to performers for helping us have a lovely evening.
Laura from UK
I went to see the show at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London with my school. It was absolutley fabulous!! we all loved it and were singing the songs on the bus home to Wales and for days after! Its a really good show to go and see and I think we all would recommend it to anyone who was thinking of seeing it! well worth the journey and money!! xx
Harry from Miami, FL USA
This was my first time in London. I was absolutely amazed at the performance. I highly recommend it.
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This is a show that you cannot get close enough to so front row seats are highly recommended.
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