IF YOU love ABBA and want to escape to a fantasy Greek island, then Mamma Mia! is your dream West End outing.
You can now book exclusively priced tickets from Times Tickets during London Theatre Week to make that Mamma Mia! dream come true.
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London Theatre Week has been extended for an extra week, so you have until March 13 to get fantastic Mamma Mia! tickets from just £25.
Remember, The Winner Takes It All – and this is your chance to win, so make sure you get booking fast.
You don’t need to actually see the show right away to take advantage of these exclusively priced tickets for the hit musical.
You can book for dates between February 28 and May 26, so you’ve got plenty of options.
Tickets are valid on all Monday to Friday and Sunday performances – just excluding Saturday shows.
Mamma Mia! is one of the most popular shows in the West End. It’s been running since 1999, and has spawned two major Hollywood movies.
The show centres on a mother and daughter. Bride-to-be Sophie decides to invite three mystery men from her mum Donna’s past to her wedding, hoping that one of them might be her dad.
The wedding is taking place at Donna’s Greek taverna. That means plenty of sun, sea and smouldering romance.
Plus the incredible songs of ABBA, from Dancing Queen, Super Trouper and Knowing Me, Knowing You to Take a Chance on Me and I Have a Dream – and many more.
Book your Mamma Mia! tickets right away from Times Tickets – and don’t take too long.
Say I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do to this incredible deal before all the great seats are gone.
If you’re on the hunt for other fantastic shows with exclusively priced tickets, check out the over 40 other leading West End productions featuring in London Theatre Week here.
Looking for more bargain London Theatre Week promotions? Check out Book of Mormon tickets priced from £25.
Or snap up Come From Away Musical tickets for £15.
If you want some family friendly shows to book, you can also see the hit The Lion King Musical in the West End for £25.