Mamma Mia ! London at Novello Theatre

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Novello Theatre

The stunning Novello Theatre made its debut way back in the year 1905 as Waldorf Theatre. The theatre was constructed as twin to Aldwych Theatre. Novello Theatre was remarkably known as Strand Theatre all over the 20th century. In the year 2005, it was renamed in the honor of musician Ivor Novello. He used to resides in the flat above the theatre.

During the last decade, Novello Theatre hosted the RSC’s London season along with a few musical flops. The magnificent theatre has been constructed in traditional Victorian style having classical façade. With occupancy of 1209, theatre has been built all across four levels. The majority of seats occupy the stall section. Novello Theatre is quite tall and thin having shorter rows on every level. the seats are categorized into Stalls, Dress Circle, Upper Circle and Balcony.

The scintillating Novello Theatre is positioned along the Aldwych which is abode of some of the finest restaurants and bars. Adjacent to the theatre, there is a famous Try Cellar Door, a cabaret bar. Other famous spots are National Portrait Gallery, National Gallery and Covent Garden. All of them are located at a nearby distance of Novello Theatre.

The theatre is easy to access via various modes of commutation such as tubes, buses, cars or taxis. For the disabled patrons and their carers, theatre is also offering discounted tickets. The auditorium is installed with Sennheiser infra-red system. W G R Sprague constructed the Novello Theatre as a part of a pair with Aldwych Theatre. Since its opening in the year 1905, theatre underwent various transformations.

Theatre marked its debut as Waldorf Theatre then renamed as Strand Theatre in the year 1909, Whitney Theatre in 1911, then again Strand Theatre in the year 1913. In the year 2005, it was renamed as Novello Theatre. The building of the theatre is Grade II listed and ran some of the magnificent shows such as No Sex Please, We’re British, Footloose, Crazy for You and the recent Mamma Mia!

The brilliant London show, Mamma running at Novello Theatre is a must watch for the theatre lovers. With its outstanding performances from the cast members, classic ABBA musical compositions and backdrop of wedding makes the show a completely delightful experience. For the avid fans of ABBA, Mamma Mia is show which they will enjoy at fullest.

Judy Craymer’s spectacular London show, Mamma Mia has surely set the box office register ringing. The heart touching saga of single mother and her daughter touches the heart chord. With stunning choreography and chartbusting musical numbers, the show simply steals the heart of viewers.

The current star cast of Mamma Mia has brilliant melodious voices as compare to their acting prowess. But, the musical saga mesmerizes the viewers with classic songs of ABBA against the backdrop of Greek island. Mamma Mia is one of the finest London shows, which can be viewed innumerable times. ~~~by Team

Mamma mia ! London Tickets


Venue Info

5 Aldwych, London,

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Nearest Tube:
Piccadilly Circus

Performance Times

7.30 PM
7.30 PM
7.30 PM
7.30 PM
3:00 PM
7.30 PM
2.30 PM
7.30 PM

Additional Info

Running Time:
2 hour 20 minutes
Booking From:
06 sept 2012
Important Info:
This play is not suitable for those with a nervous disposition or who cannot handle sudden shocks.
Age Restrictions:
Not suitable till 5 Years.