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Get set for a memorable and enjoyable weekend with sunny funny London musical, Mamma Mia

PressReleasePing - October 14, 2017 -Get set for a memorable and enjoyable weekend with sunny funny London musical, Mamma Mia! The award winning show is a complete musical treat for theatre lovers. The mother of all jukebox musicals, Mamma Mia is certainly one of the most loved and popular London show enjoyed by millions of fans across the globe. Heart touching ABBA hits makes the show a delightful experience to watch out for! The show Mamma Mia the musical is set against the backdrop of a remote Greek Island full of weddings, mistaken identity. The show is loved by people of all age groups as it features some of the heart touching musical numbers like 'Dancing Queen', 'Money Money Money' and 'Waterloo', sing along and say 'Thank you For the Music...' The story of Mamma Mia revolves around Sophie who is all set to getting married to Sky. However, she is looking for her biological father and after reading her mother's diary she invites three men from her mother’s past without telling her mum Donna. The rib tickling funny saga has larger than life characters with some of the memorable musical numbers from ABBA. The wonderful show is a must watch for an avid ABBA fan and recommended for children over 7. The two hours and twenty minutes show is a complete treat for theatre lovers. The Novello Theatre is located close to some of the high quality London hotels such as Aldwych One, as well as lots of impressive restaurants and bars. Try Cellar Door, a cabaret bar are located at a nearby distance. Some of the popular tourist attractions are The National Portrait Gallery, National Gallery and Covent Garden are at a walking distance from the Novello Theatre. The popular Novello Theatre is located at an easily accessible location and can be commuted via various modes of commutations such as buses, tubes, taxis and cars. Covent Garden on the Piccadilly line is the nearest tube station. You can also board bus numbers 1, 4, 11, 13, 15, 68 and 98 all stop near the theatre. You can also drive your own car or hire a taxi.

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