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The French ‘Mamma Mia!’ musical on stage in Paris

By France24
25 November 2023   |   5:04 pm
In this edition of arts24, we discover the French version of the global smash hit musical seen by more than 65 million people and based on Abba's catchy tunes, which is on stage in Paris. Also on the programme, we visit the new queer, unapologetic and inclusive Paris exhibition of Austrian artists Jakob Lena Knebl & Ashley Hans Scheirl. Plus we investigate the growing cultural phenomenon of kidulting.

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