Winner takes it all

MAMMA MIA. Picture by Stephen Jones Photography
HERE WE GO AGAIN: The setting for Musical Theatre Gisborne’s production of Mamma Mia! is the Greek island of Kalokairi but prospective performers only need to go as far as MTG’s clubrooms for pre-auditions next month. Picture supplied
Front, from left, are Caleb Collier, Jessica Wright, Tia Brown, Steph Mcleod, Julie Walker, Chloe Turner and Zara Mcleod. Back, Hatea Gray (left) and Peter Grealish. Picture by Kim Parkinson

THE curtain goes up in the War Memorial Theatre on Saturday night on the most popular romantic comedy set to ABBA songs ever created . . . and The Gisborne Herald has two double passes to give away.

Mamma Mia! is set on a Greek island where Donna Sheridan-Carmichael’s daughter Sophie is preparing for her wedding. Sophie has secretly invited to her wedding three men, one of whom she believes is her biological father. Her dream is to be given away by her father at her wedding.

The Musical Theatre Gisborne production features a full-scale, professionally choreographed and directed cast in glorious costumes, with a set to match.

Take a chance with landing a double pass to the opening night performance on Saturday by answering this question —

What is the name of the Greek island the musical Mamma Mia! is set on?

Email your answer, with “Mamma Mia” in the subject line, to guide@gisborneherald.co.nz

THE curtain goes up in the War Memorial Theatre on Saturday night on the most popular romantic comedy set to ABBA songs ever created . . . and The Gisborne Herald has two double passes to give away.

Mamma Mia! is set on a Greek island where Donna Sheridan-Carmichael’s daughter Sophie is preparing for her wedding. Sophie has secretly invited to her wedding three men, one of whom she believes is her biological father. Her dream is to be given away by her father at her wedding.

The Musical Theatre Gisborne production features a full-scale, professionally choreographed and directed cast in glorious costumes, with a set to match.

Take a chance with landing a double pass to the opening night performance on Saturday by answering this question —

What is the name of the Greek island the musical Mamma Mia! is set on?

Email your answer, with “Mamma Mia” in the subject line, to guide@gisborneherald.co.nz

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