Mamma Mia — The Party!

Address:
O2 Arena, Millennium Way, North Greenwich, London
Tel:
0208 463 2000

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
30th August to 18th November 2019
7.30 PM (Mon, Wed, Thu, Sun)
Tickets & Cost:
From £151.20. See mammamiatheparty.com

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Buses:
108, 188, 422, 472, M1, M2 – London bus tickets
Trains:
North Greenwich JUB
The closest station to The O2 is North Greenwich
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You've watched the films at the cinema. You've seen the musical at the theatre. Now you dance, dine, and have the time of your life at Mamma Mia! The Party!

Spend a magical evening with your friends in a Greek-themed island taverna owned by Nikos and his family. As their story unfolds throughout the course of the night there will be lots of eating and drinking and singing and dancing, as actors and musicians perform all your favourite ABBA tracks around you.

All you have to do is soak up the island atmosphere while feasting on some mouth-watering Mediterranean food!

 

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