‘Mamma Mia: The Party’ extends at The O2 to 2022
The doors will reopen at the Greek taverna in October 2021.
Staged inside a custom-built Greek taverna at The O2, audiences meet Niko and Kate, the owners of the restaurant. Through ABBA’s greatest hits, a love story will unfold in close proximity to dining guests, with performers singing and dancing around the venue.
Mamma Mia: The Party opened in London in August 2019. The original cast starred Fed Zanni as Nikos, Steph Parry as Kate, Joanna Monro as Debbie, AJ Bentley as Adam and Julia Imbach as Konstantina.
In a five-star review for LondonTheatre.co.uk, Mark Shenton 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. The storyline has been adapted for the UK stage by Sandi Toksvig.
Photo credit: Cast of Mamma Mia: The Party (Photo courtesy of Mamma Mia: The Party)