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By The Loop HK Staff | October 31st, 2018
  • HK Island, Wan Chai
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Here We Go Again!: Warm up your vocal pipes and don your disco best – MAMMA MIA! is coming back to Hong Kong in 2019!

The feel-good musical returns to Wan Chai’s Lyric Theatre in January 2019 for a limited-time run with a new all-star cast from the UK. Leading the troupe are Shona White as the free-wheeling Donna Sheridan and Lucy May Barker as Sophie Sheridan as Donna’s bride-to-be daughter. Tamlyn Henderson, Daniel Crowder and Matthew Rutherford will take the stage as Sophie’s three possible fathers – Sam Carmichael, Harry Bright, and Bill Austin – while Nicky Swift and Helen Anker will bring the laughs are Donna’s brilliantly comedic friends Rosie and Tanya.

A smash-hit musical and wildly popular musical film, MAMMA MIA! follows Sophie Sheridan’s search for her father on the eve of her wedding. The comedic shenanigans and poignant moments are set to a spectacular musical score made up of the irresistible tunes by Swedish pop group ABBA. Get ready to sing along to ABBA’s biggest hits, including “Honey, Honey,” “Mamma Mia,” and “Dancing Queen.”

When: 16 – 27 January, 2019; 745pm (Tuesday-Friday), 2pm & 745pm (Saturday), 1pm & 530pm (Sunday).

Where: Lyric Theatre, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, 1 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai

How much?: $395 – $1,195

Tickets: Book tickets through the HK Ticketing website.

GIVEAWAY! [Closed]

Fancy a night at the theater in January 2019? The Loop HK and Lunchbox Theatrical Productions are giving two lucky winners the chance to see MAMMA MIA in January! The two winners will receive a pair of B-reserve tickets (worth HK$595 each) to see MAMMA MIA! live in January 2019!

Winners have been chosen! Congratulations to Asher and Shermila — we’ll be in touch soon!

And don’t forget to like The Loop HK on Instagram and Facebook!

Enter by November 9. Winners will be announced on November 12.

 

Written by The Loop HK for Lunchbox Theatrical Productions.

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