Last Updated on 6th January 2023
Mamma Mia the musical is celebrating over two decades in the West End whilst the Mamma Mia Tour is coming to a theatre near you.
MAMMA MIA TOUR 2023
The Mamma Mia UK Tour 2023 is back on the road in the UK.
Over 54 million people around the world have fallen under the spell of this sunny, funny tale set on a Greek island, with a mother, daughter and 3 possible dads.
The movie version is said to have been the highest-grossing live-action musical film of all time upon its release in 2008. A second film, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, opened in July last year and is reportedly the most successful live musical movie sequel of all time.
With music and lyrics by Benny Andersson & Björn Ulvaeus, Mamma Mia! is written by Catherine Johnson, directed by Phyllida Lloyd and choreographed by Anthony Van Laast.
The cast for the Mamma Mia UK and International Tour are Sara Poyzer (Donna Sheridan), Nicky Swift (Rosie/Alternate Donna Sheridan), Sarah Earnshaw (Tanya), Richard Standing (Sam Carmichael), Neal Craig (Harry Bright), Phil Corbitt (Bill Austin), Jess Michelmore (Sophie Sheridan), Christopher Foley (Sky), Tanisha Butterfield (Ali), Freya Humberstone (Lisa), Jaden Oshenye (Pepper), Archie Flynn (Eddie) and Andrew Bateup (Father Alexander) lead the cast.
Further casting includes Clàudia Bahrani, Alice Baker, Peter Camilleri, Henryk Firth, Andrew Gallo, Claire Greenway, Ashleigh Harvey, Ashleigh Jones, Matt Kennedy, Robert Knight, Grace May, Hollie Nelson, Ashley Rowe, Nathen Scott, Marissa Sims and Lucy Walsham.
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Mamma Mia 2022 Tour Dates
17 – 28 January 2023
Grand Theatre Wolverhampton
31 Jan – 11 Feb 2023
Opera House MANCHESTER
14 February – 4 March 2023
New Theatre Cardiff
21 March – 1 April 2023
Winter Gardens Opera House Blackpool
4 – 15 April 2023
Leeds Grand Theatre
18 – 22 April 2023
New Theatre Peterborough
19 – 27 May 2023
Kings Theatre Portsmouth
30 May – 3 June 2023
Hall for Cornwall Truro
14 – 18 June 2023
Scarborough Open Air Theatre
Mamma Mia! continues at the Novello Theatre in the West End