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Mamma Mia at Oxford New Theatre

Mamma Mia tour dates and tickets
Join the ultimate feel-good party at MAMMA MIA!, the world’s sunniest and most exhilarating smash-hit musical!

Mamma Mia will be performing 2 events in Oxford between Tuesday 8th December 2020 and Saturday 2nd January 2021 at the New Theatre.

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Mamma Mia in Oxford - Ticket Options

Tue Dec 8 2020 Oxford, UK UK
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Mamma Mia Running from 08 December 2020 to 02 January 2021
Oxford, New Theatre
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Sat Jan 2 2021 Oxford, UK UK
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Mamma Mia Running from 08 December 2020 to 02 January 2021
Oxford, New Theatre
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£13.00
inc fees
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Address: Oxford New Theatre, George Street, Oxford, OX1 2AG
Telephone: 08448 713020
Venue Capacity: 1800
The New Theatre is a live music venue and theatre based on George Street in Oxford. Formerly known as The Apollo, it has been used as a location for bands, singers, performers, musicals, comedians, and many other entertainers to take to the stage since opening way back in the late 1800s.