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Palais-Hepburn presents

Mamma Mia The Concert

  • Sat 9th May 2020, 7:30 PM
  • 111 Main Rd, Hepburn Springs VIC 3461
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EVENT POSTPONEMENT INFORMATION - This event on Thurs 19/03/2020 has been rescheduled to Sat 9/05/2020.
Unfortunately due to our artists for the "Mamma Mia The concert" travelling interstate and having to cancel a show at The Athenaeum of Melbourne. They have advised they will not be travelling and are having to postpone the event at the Palais- Hepburn. New date Saturday May 09th 2020. 
In the interest of those who have made travel plans and booked accommodation we would like to suggest booking tickets to our Friday night show with the amazing Jack Jones. 

Doors open: 7:30pm


Show 8:30pm


Visually pleasing! Artistically clever! vocally exciting!


Celebrating 15 years of touring, Australia’s very own Ten Sopranos bring to Australian audiences a masterful and stimulating performance of the ABBA repertoire in a memorable concert which includes new vocal and symphonic harmonies. You’ll be singing, dancing or simply enjoying what is the number one vocal interpretation of the ABBA songs in the world today.


The glorious melodies and harmonies are re-invigorated and given new life by this most powerful all female group in Australia The Ten Sopranos!


Artistic and Musical director Penny Pavlakis (Internationally acclaimed and, multi-award-winner known to her peers as “The Singers’ Singer” brings to the stage star power very few people can) along with The Sopranos, bring their supreme talents to Australian audiences in a concert of epic proportions paying homage to the magnificent songs of ABBA. This is a feel-good concert you won’t want to miss!


What they said!


It is impossible for you not to be mesmerised

(The Pictorial)


If you only see one show this year, this has to be it

(The Advertiser)


Pavlakis has no peer on the world stage, whether its classical or contemporary, she


really is magnificent

(Maestro Tommy Tycho)


I’ve managed performing arts centres for 14 years and this concert rates as one of the


best I’ve ever seen

(Ross Le Clerc, venue manager)