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Excellent show!!! Have seen the play in Toronto, Canada before, but, this is much better and far more entertaining.
Great fun! I saw the play on Broadway and was delighted that the performances were in all ways equal.
Excellent show! Dinner was delicious although not enough time to enjoy it.
It was fantastic.Had a great time.Everyone was up dancing at the end.highly recommend.
Excellent seats. The show was wonderful, we really enjoyed.
Second time I have seen Mamma Mia in London. Wonderful show both times.
Good cast, good music. Everyone leaving the theatre had that good feeling factor.
What a great show! The only slight inconvenience was being in the second row behind the conductor provided less leg room than might normally have been expected
One of the best shows I have ever seen anywhere! Seats were awesome, performance was stupendous and the experience was fantastic.
Hilarious, emotional, a good story and some great songs!
This performance was awesome!! I do recommend purchasing the tickets when you arrive in London rather than online. We were rather disappointed to find half price tickets in Leicester Square.
The show was good, seats were center and in a good place. Getting tickets at will call was a snap.
Very good, no problem in getting the tickets and the seatings are nice!
Great show too, my wife and mother enjoyed it!
Loved the musical. While the theater was beautiful, the seating was very cramped.
we bought the dinner included with show it was very far from the theater.
We had seen the Melbourne version of the show a few years ago and felt the London production was not quite as good. Lots of empty seats in the theatre so perhaps its ending its run. ABBA songs as usual get the feet tapping.
The theater and play were great. However our tickets were booked incorrectly. Instead of three together, we had two separated by sections and one for an entirely different play.