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Mamma Mia

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jacccummings wrote a review Mar 2020
Colleyville, Texas5 contributions8 helpful votes
We had the best time at Mamma Mia! The cast was incredible- by the end of the performance the entire crowd was standing on their feet dancing and singing!!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Peter Rhind wrote a review Feb 2020
Cambridge, United Kingdom3 contributions2 helpful votes
With regard to the venue, I really liked the 'oldy woldy' look and feel of the theatre. Where necessary, facilities such as the toilets were modern and very clean. No problems with queues for the men's toilets. I believe there were some quite long queues for the females. I liked the price of the tickets - £54 for two on a Thursday matinee in the Grand Circle, row C. I was expecting the view to be quite poor for these cheaper tickets but it was in fact very good. We did need to lean forward a bit when the action was close to the front of the stage. I found the seats comfortable and there was plenty of legroom. I was a bit disappointed with the show itself. I'm a bit biased in that this is not really my sort of thing. I bought these tickets as a treat for my wife since she had been wanting to see the show for a long time. The opening act involved a solo performance by the actress playing Sophie and I didn't really feel that her singing voice was up to it. She had a certain amount of stage presence and her acting was good but some of the notes sounded a bit flat and the voice not always powerful enough. I think she was an understudy to Lucy May Barker because I didn't recognize the actress from the cast photos online. Mazz Murray (Donna) on the other hand was brilliant as were the other two members of the Dynamos band. Most of the younger male actors I found a bit amateur and looked like they had just come from a sixth form end of term play. One of the fathers (Sam) was pretty good and he could definitely sing but I’m not sure about the other two. The lighting and orchestra were generally good but I did wonder if an understudy was controlling the sound because there were several incidents of actors’ mics not being turned up at the right point and there were some general dropouts in the volume during some scenes. Some of the extensive adult humour was lost on the audience members. There were some embarrassing pauses when the actors had obviously delivered a punchline and were awaiting laughs. Maybe this sort of thing works better during an evening performance A lot of the audience members seem to be made up of mothers with their teenage daughters and they all seemed to enjoy it. The fathers, older couples and international tourists were less vocal. In summary, the show was probably just about worth the £54 I paid but I would like to have seen stronger singing voices on some of the lead actors to match that of Mazz Murray who, to me, was the star of the show. I think the show would be improved by some more experienced actors in the minor roles as well. A weekend or evening performance may have a different cast.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Paula R wrote a review Feb 2020
Kent, United Kingdom5 contributions10 helpful votes
We had the best night here. Music and singers were fantastic, food was also lovely. Also helped that we had great seats. Would recommend to everyone.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Emily wrote a review Feb 2020
Norfolk, United Kingdom182 contributions73 helpful votes
We were sat row P in the stalls, and the view was great, we could see everything. The show was brilliant from start to finish! There was lots of adult humour and jokes, it was very funny. The lady who played Donna & the ladies who played her friends were outstanding. All very talented singers. Would definitely come again.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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JimJim wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom56 contributions66 helpful votes
Not seen the film but always enjoy West End musicals and the sound of ABBA so this seemed like a must see - wasn’t disappointed by an energetic performance featuring the best of ABBA’s songs. Recommended for fans of musicals.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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