Mamma Mia! reveals new West End cast from October

New casting has been unveiled for Mamma Mia! in London’s West End.

A new company has been announced for the hit musical, which marks its 25th anniversary on 6 April 2024.

From Monday 9 October 2023, the London cast will continue to star Mazz Murray as Donna, Christopher Dickins as Harry, Stephen Beckett as Bill, Meg Hateley as Sophie and Miles Henderson as Sky, with Jennifer Adab continuing as Donna at certain performances.

Jessie Odeleye moves from Ensemble to play the role of Ali. They will be joined by Kate Graham as Tanya, Nicola-Dawn Brook as Rosie, Haydn Oakley as Sam, Olivia Brookes as Lisa, Chay Wills as Eddie and Arcangelo Ciulla as Pepper.

Also continuing in the cast are Sinéad Courtney and Lawrence Guntert. They will be joined by Aaron Archer, Amy Barker, Matthew Barrow, John-Paul Birss, Daniel J Brian, Izzy Cross, Ellis Dackombe, Lauren Dawes, Léa Desjacques, Samantha Ivey, Jennie Jacobs, Luke Jasztal, Nicole Lupino, Flyn Mullins, Hayley-Jo Murphy, Bradley Perret, Jacob Ritzema and Ella Tweed.

Meanwhile the show has also confirmed an extension of its booking period to Saturday 28 September 2024 at London’s Novello Theatre, with tickets on sale at 10am tomorrow, Friday 1 September 2023.

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A new TV show, Mamma Mia! I Have a Dream, will be broadcast on ITV1 later this year where two winners will win the roles of Sophie and Sky in Mamma Mia! at the Novello Theatre as it celebrates its 25th year.

With music & lyrics by Benny Andersson & Björn Ulvaeus, Mamma Mia! is written by Catherine Johnson, directed by Phyllida Lloyd and choreographed by Anthony Van Laast. The production is designed by Mark Thompson, with lighting design by Howard Harrison, sound design by Andrew Bruce & Bobby Aitken, and musical supervision, additional material & arrangements by Martin Koch.

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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