Mamma Mia! Reviews
Description:Prince Edward, Old Compton Street, W1V 6HS. Tel: +44 (0)20 7447 5400. Nearest tube: Leicester Square / Tottenham Cour ... more
Newest Review: ... precaution. Anyway once that was out the way we took our seats. I couldn?t really have asked for better seats. There are three floors to the theatre as well as the royal boxes. We were right in the centre at the top row of the first floor and the view was perfect. I couldn?t help feeling rather smug when I noticed that the couple next to us had paid the full £37.50 ... more
Customer Mamma Mia! Reviews (5)
by - written on 15/03/04, updated on 15/03/04 (Very useful, 149 readings)
I recently went to London and had decided to go and see a show but wasn?t sure what to see I was hoping that we may be able to get tickets for The Lion King as a friend had been to see it and loved it but I wasn?t particularly bothered. Before I went I was fortunate to stumble upon a review which included information about the TKTS ticket booth in Leicester Square. Normally I just go straight to the theatre and buy full price tickets, but after reading this review I decided it would be worth visiting if there was a chance that we could get some decent tickets discounted. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/01, updated on 16/02/01 (Very useful, 151 readings)
Dooyoo like Abba? I Doo I Doo I Doo I Doo I Doo I Doooo! And if you go to see this musical you will love it. The tickets were a surprise gift to me just before Christmas. Hubby managed to get return tickets, very lucky as the show is booked up right until September 2001. Knowing that Abba have a huge gay fan base I expected to see many flamboyantly dressed people in the audience. I was a little worried about what to wear, my wardrobe is sadly a little lacking in 70s spangly outfits. I had to make do with my usual boring black, but managed to find a purple feather boa to wrap around my neck. Not much I know, but looks like I've made a bit of an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/01/01, updated on 31/01/01 (Useful, 178 readings)
You Can Dane, You can Jive, Having the time of your life by going to see this top musical! I have seen this show twice, yes twice, the show is that good! On a sleepy Greek Island, a wedding is about to take place. Mamma Mia is a stunning musical based on the songs of ABBA. ABBA's songs blend really well into the show, if you know the songwords, you'll be singing along and tapping your feet in time to the upbeat music of this show. Sophie, an only child is set to marry the man of her dreams Sky. Little to her Mum's knowledge she finds out that she has 3 fathers and invites them along to the wedding. This show is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/01/01, updated on 31/01/01 (Useful, 97 readings)
Do you get nostalgic for the days of glam rock? Does spandex and white lycra send shivers down your spine? Do you have masses of lipgloss and blue eye shadow you need to use up? If the answer to one of the above is yes, or if you simply want to have a great fun night out then you MUST see Mamma Mia. The paper thin storyline is just an excuse to do some brilliantly choreographed set pieces to most of the best tunes of the most famous thing to come out of Sweden before Ikea. Some of the links to ABBA tunes are groaningly corny (watch out for chiquitita...)But the show, and the encore will literally leave you rocking in the aisles. If you have an ounce of fun in your body, Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/00, updated on 20/10/04 (Very useful, 186 readings)
As an Abba fan of many years standing, I was thrilled when my husband bought tickets for Mamma Mia! as a surprise birthday present. I knew it wasn't the story of Abba, in fact I didn't know anything about it apart from that it featured their music. The story is set on a Greek island and the main event is the forthcoming wedding of a young girl called Sophie to her boyfriend Sky. Sophie lives with her mum Donna who runs a taverna, and while thinking about her wedding Sophie discovers an old diary of Donna's and cannot resist reading it. She has never known who her father is, and on reading the diary Sophie finds out that there are three possibilities ... Read the complete review
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