The role of Donna will once again be played by Mazz Murray with Emma Mullen making her West End debut as Sophie after appearing in the UK and international tours of the show. Richard Trinder takes on the role of Sam, and Neil Moors as Harry, Sophie Matthew as Lisa, Stephen Beckett as Bill, Gemma Goggin as Rosie, Josie Benson as Tanya, Tegan Bannister as Ali, Jack Danson as Sky, Michael Nelson as Eddie, and Alexandros Beshonges as Pepper. The role of Donna will also feature Natalie Langston for select performances.
The remainder of the cast is completed by Chloe Ames, Natasha Agnew, Nicole Carlisle, Gemma Atkins, Chloe-Jo Byrnes, Angus Good, Natalie Jayne Hall, James Humpleman, Michael Tyler, Alex Woodward, Lauren Hampton, Frankie Jones, Morgan Jackson, Grace Moorhouse, Jodie Nolan, Michael Storrs, Dan O’Brien, George Olney, Kyle Turner, and Simon Willmont
West End favourite Mamma Mia! first opened in London 23 years ago, and producer Judy Craymer said of the reopening in August: “We cannot wait to get the full theatrical experience of MAMMA MIA! back into the West End and what better way to leave lockdown than to be transported to our sunny Greek idyll. MAMMA MIA! has to be the perfect staycation destination.”
Mamma Mia! has so far to date been staged in 16 different languages and over 50 productions worldwide and features a feel-good story set to a huge catalogue of singalong ABBA hits including "Waterloo”, “Dancing Queen” and of course the title song Mamma Mia! as it follows the fortunes of Sophie as she searches for her biological father prior to her wedding to her fiance, Sky.
Mamma Mia! returns to the Novello Theatre from 25th August with tickets now on sale.