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Katy Secombe

Actress in film, radio, theatre and television.

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Mamma Mia!

Prince of Wales Theatre, London, Producer Judy Craymer & Richard East Director Phyllidia Lloyd Starring Normam Bowman, Linzi Hateley, Jessie May & Paul Ryan

Katy played the part of Rosie in Abba’s hit musical, Mamma Mia! Catherine Johnson's story of a daughter's race to discover the identity of her father on the eve of her wedding plays out on an idyllic Greek island; set to Abba's most memorable songs.

As Sophie Sheridan delves into her mother’s diary she makes a discovery that brings three men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago...

Mama Mia © Brinkhoff and Mögenburg

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Every night's a great night at Mamma Mia!

Andrew Billen The Times

The perfect ticket for a feel-good night out.

Charles Spencer Daily Telegraph

Catherine Johnson's witty and ingenious script weaves the famous ABBA songs around characters you care about. At the end the whole audience is on its feet and swaying blissfully along to the hits. What a pleasure to see that girl, watch that scene and dig the Dancing Queen. SHEER HEAVEN!

Charles Spencer Daily Telegraph

A production of tremendous warmth, vitality and technical excellence that offers an evening of unbridled fun. It is a tribute to the scriptwriting skill of Catherine Johnson that the ABBA songs are slotted so naturally into the storyline. While being swept along by the ingenious choreography and witty dialogue, I found myself examining ABBA’s music in a new light.

David Sinclair The Times

A lot of skill and theatrical cunning has gone into this show. The fun lies in the brilliance and wit with which the songs are fitted into the story, not just as decorations, but moving it along, almost as if they had been written for it. Audiences rise to Mamma Mia! like a thunderstorm.

John Peter Sunday Times

A genuinely original, comic and touching story allied to some of the greatest and most theatrical pop songs ever written.

Sheridan Morley International Herald Tribune