‘Mamma Mia! The Party’ announces new London cast

The immersive dining experience brings the ‘Mamma Mia!' film to life.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

Knowing me, knowing the new Mamma Mia! The Party cast! A new Mamma Mia! The Party cast will take over the London production from 7 April. Mamma Mia! The Party is at the O2. Mamma Mia! The Party tickets are on sale now.

Ellis Dackcombe, Tamara Perks and Tasha Sheridan will join the Mamma! Mia The Party company. Many of the current cast will also take on new roles: Kimberley Powell will play Kate, Jonathon Bentley will play Adam, Molly Cleere will take over as Konstantina, and Jessica Spallis will take over as Nina.

The Mamma Mia! The Party cast is completed by Fed Zanni as Nikos, Linda John-Pierre as Debbie, Allie Ho Chee as Bella, Dawn Spence as Grandma, Gregor Stewart as Fernando, Oscar Balmaseda, Claudia Bradley, Garrett Tennant, John Donovan, Luke Higgins, Kathryn Tindall, Steve Rushton and Mark Pusey.

Mamma Mia! The Party follows restaurant owner Niko and Kate as they welcome audiences to their restaurant and the customs of Greek life. The production features many ABBA songs including “Waterloo,” “Take a Chance on Me” and “Dancing Queen.”

Mamma Mia: The Party opened in London in August 2019. In a five-star review for LondonTheatre.co.uk, our critic said it's "not so much a show as an interactive 3D experience... the immensely likeable cast negotiate the multiple levels of the set with dexterity, freely interacting with the audience along the way."

Mamma Mia: The Party first premiered in Stockholm in January 2016, with a story by Calle Norlén, Roine Söderlundh and ABBA member Bjorn Ulvaeus. Sandi Toksvig adapts the storyline for a British audience.

The London production is co-directed and choreographed by Stacey Haynes and Roine Söderlundh, with scenic design by Bengt Fröderberg, lighting design by Patrick Woodroffe, sound design by Gareth Owen and costume design by Annsofi Nyberg.

Mamma Mia! The Party is at the O2.

Mamma Mia! The Party tickets are on sale now.

Photo credit: Mamma Mia! The Party (Photo by Grant Walker)

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