POPULAR jukebox musical Mamma Mia! is returning to Glasgow for a two-week run.

The show will be at the King's Theatre from April 7 to 25 next year to mark its 20 year run. It's original debut was in London in April 1999.

Since then, Mamma Mia! has been seen by over 65 million people in 50 productions in 16 different languages.

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Judy Craymer created the show which tells the story of a daughter trying to find who out of three possible dads is her father. The story is set in the Greek island of idyll with some of ABBA's greatest songs providing the backdrop. 

Judy said: “We’re so happy to announce that Mamma Mia! will be returning to Glasgow as part of the 20th year celebrations since the musical first opened in London’s West End. It is a truly special year, and we can’t wait to reunite the Glasgow audiences with the feel-good story and irresistible music of ABBA.”

James Haworth, Theatre Director at the King’s, said: “What a treat it is to welcome back Mamma Mia!  to Glasgow. Our audience absolutely loved this show when it played for four weeks in Decemberm, 2017 and I’m sure they’ll love it even more this time round.”

Tickets will go on sale on Tuesday, July 2. ATG theatre card holders can access tickets from June 18. You can purchase tickets here 

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