The cast of MAMMA MIA! has been revealed, and a few of them join Kylie Gillies and Larry Emdur in the studio!Read more
It’s more mummy mia than Mamma Mia for Natalie O’Donnell when the ABBA musical heads back to Sydney for another triumphant season.
The musical will be at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre from February 11, 2018 with an all-Australian cast.Read more
The ABBA song-filled uplifting, fun-filled show will be your summer treat since it will open at QPAC on Boxing Day.
Produced by Michael Coppel, Louise Withers and Linda Berwick this is a new production of a favourite featuring the timeless tracks of ABBA. You can never have enough ABBA, right?Read more
The global musical phenomenon, Mamma Mia!, will commence its new national tour at the the end of 2017 and will include a season from Tuesday December 26 at QPAC’s Lyric Theatre in Brisbane.Read more
We knew it was coming, but the full tour details for ABBA jukebox Mamma Mia! have just been announced by producers Michael Coppel, Louise Withers & Linda Bewick – and yes, you’ll have to head to Canberra this November if you want to see the premiere. Melbourne will have to wait until July 2018, when it opens at the Princess Theatre.Read more
“MAMMA MIA! is exactly what we all need – an uplifting, fun-filled, heartfelt night at the theatre which puts a smile on your face and a spring in your step. The timeless tracks of ABBA never fail to bring joy to audiences across the world and we are delighted to be producing MAMMA MIA! once again across Australia. We are also thrilled with the incredibly talented creative team and cast we have assembled to bring this story and these songs to life on stage night after night.” Withers says.Read more
Natalie O’Donnell will lead the brand new Australian revival of MAMMA MIA!, producers Michael Coppel, Louise Withers and Linda Bewick confirmed today. O’Donnell will star as mother-of-the-bride Donna Sheridan (the role immortalised by Meryl Streep in the 2008 film), coming full circle after playing the role of Donna’s daughter Sophie in the 2001 Australian premiere.Read more