MAMMA MIA! announces major cast change

The hit ABBA musical is celebrating 20 years in the West End.

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Celebrating 20 years in London’s West End, MAMMA MIA! recently extended until the 7 March 2020. Producers have now confirmed major cast changes, including welcoming the return of Mazz Murray – who previously played Tanya in the London production and now takes on the lead role of Donna.

Mazz Murray most recently starred in the West End in the role of Mama Morton in Chicago. She’ll be joined by Kirsty Hoiles as Tanya. Hoiles’ West End credits include Les Miserables and Gone With The Wind.

Cameron Burt will join the cast as Sky, with Melissa Nettleford as Ali, Sophie Matthew as Lisa, Taylor Bradshaw as Eddie and Danny Nattrass as Pepper.

The new cast will take over from 10 June 2019, including the addition of Natasha Agnew, Daniel Clift, Jonathan Cordin, Amelia-Rose Fielding, Shailan Gohil, Callum Heinrich, Frankie Jones, Grace Moorhouse, Jodie Nolan, Dan O’Brien, David O’Mahony, Rochelle Sherona, Megan Speirs, Garrett Tennant, Michael Tyler, Harrison Wilde and Simon Willmont, who will be joining Chloe Ames, Lauren Hampton and Jennifer Hepburn.

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The musical, built around the work of pop sensations ABBA, originally opened in London at the Prince Edward Theatre on 6 April 1999, before transferring to the Prince of Wales Theatre in 2004. MAMMA MIA! re-opened at the Novello Theatre in 2012, where it remains to this day.

MAMMA MIA! transports audience members to a Greek island, following the story of a mother, her daughter and three potential fathers.

Across the globe, the musical has been seen by over 65 million people, as well as turned into two record-breaking films.

Produced by Judy Craymer, MAMMA MIA! The Movie, starring Meryl Streep and Pierce Brosnan, became the highest-grossing live action musical film of all time upon its release in 2008. Follow up MAMMA MIA! Here We Go Again was released in cinemas in 2018, grossing almost $400 million worldwide.

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