Truly an amazing theatrical and dining experience, this post is my Mamma Mia The Party – Review. That is occupied at The O2 in London. That has been naturally extended till June 2020. Nothing can prepare for what’s in store for you. As you enter step through the doors and are instantly transported to a Greek Island of Skopelos. Being blown away with the decor. As we were greeted by a charming hostess who carefully guided us to our table number 20 and 21 which was on the stage area. The attention to detail is incredible at Nikos Taverna. The walls are painted the traditional blue, and the decorated tables are carefully laid with checked cloths and a Mezze awaiting you with plates as you stuck in straight away.
Selection of Olives.
Vine Cherry Tomatoes With Mint & Balsamic dressing.
Home Baked Bread Basket.
Roasted Red Pepper Hummus.
We were given a welcome drink and sat down at our decorated table. My eager eyes were still wandering around the extraordinary room. A beautiful fountain realistically was in the centre of the decorated room, with a band that plays background music. Everyone seemed relaxed and happy with waiters and waitresses serving tasteful starter platters. Our attentive waiter explained to us the delicious menu and that show will be in-between courses. Plus you can order as much as you naturally want.
Traditional Greek Salad.
Mamma Mia The Party – Review, as the composed greek music got louder! Then the attentive waiters and waitresses started to dance professionally and sing joyously. We were then introduced, to Niko’s and his beautiful wife kate. The successful show is typically based around a forbidden love (I’m not going to give to much away to you!).
We were encouraged to sing along have fun and enjoy the live show with Abba’s greatest hits.
As you promptly eat your main course, you instantly notice that Niko’s tavern has naturally gone from day-to-night. One of my favourite part of the animated show is where an acrobatic emerges triumphantly from the decorative fountain on a hoop.
Tea Or Coffe With Baklava.
I must correctly say that all the food was fiery and delish. I enthusiastically embraced my whole experience so much so, that I‘m promptly returning to Mamma Mia The Party – Review in March with my family. But I will be sitting in a different area. As I willingly paid £140.00 for a seat on the stage area. This time I‘ve willingly paid £95.00, I‘m naturally thinking that I may be placed upstairs. But to be fair wherever you are carefully placed you will typically have an Abba good time with an excellent view. At the ultimate end of the successful show, they cleared the tables off the dance floor, and a platform stage is placed in the middle. The musical performers get all glammed up again and then the party really begins.
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