MAMMA MIA! THE PARTY

Following the success of MAMMA MIA! THE PARTY in Stockholm, a brand new show conceived and produced by Björn Ulvaeus of ABBA, the makers are now looking for a home in London for the show.

Coin Street Community Builders have been approached with an exciting proposal that looks at using currently undeveloped site between the Cornwall Road car park ramp and Stamford Street to build a temporary venue.

"The Southbank is the perfect place for MAMMA MIA! THE PARTY. The building could be used for other activities as well, outside Party hours, so we hope it would be an asset for the whole community."

Björn Ulvaeus

CONSULTATION

To gather views on the emerging proposal a series of consultation events were held with local residents and key stakeholders between May and July. The latest presentation to South Bank Forum and newsletter to local residents are available to download below

A planning application for the temporary venue has now been submitted to the London Borough of Lambeth. The application documents and drawings are available here.

If you have any comments or questions on the proposal please email us at:

enquiries@mammamiatheparty.co.uk

 

For more information about the show please visit:

www.mammamiatheparty.com

VIEW SOUTH BANK FORUM

VIEW RESIDENTS NEWSLETTER

A photo of a Greek style door with the wording 'Mamma Mia! The Party' wrtitten across it. Acommpanied by other images of the venue in Sweden.

Site Location Plan (click on plan to zoom in)

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A photo of a Greek style door with the wording 'Mamma Mia! The Party' wrtitten across it. Acommpanied by other images of the venue in Sweden.
A photo of a Greek style door with the wording 'Mamma Mia! The Party' wrtitten across it. Acommpanied by other images of the venue in Sweden.
A photo of a Greek style door with the wording 'Mamma Mia! The Party' wrtitten across it. Acommpanied by other images of the venue in Sweden.
A photo of a Greek style door with the wording 'Mamma Mia! The Party' wrtitten across it. Acommpanied by other images of the venue in Sweden.