The Dynamo T-shirt supports Target Ovarian Cancer

MAMMA MIA! is delighted to announce a collaboration with Target Ovarian Cancer to raise much-needed funds to transform the future for women with ovarian cancer. Eleven women die every day in the UK from this disease and ovarian cancer faces chronic underfunding compared with other cancers.

MAMMA MIA! was created by three women, is all about female friendship and support, and is embraced and loved by women of all ages all over the world. Where better to start raising awareness of ovarian cancer than to make even more women aware of the signs and symptoms?

To kick start the partnership, the distinguished couture designer Elizabeth Emanuel - of Atelier Elizabeth – has exclusively designed a t-shirt in her own distinctive style featuring an iconic image of a MAMMA MIA! Dynamo in both gold and silver foil etched with Elizabeth’s renowned elegant calligraphy. The Dynamo t-shirt comes in both silver on black and gold on white. And there will be a very special limited edition of each with exquisite embellishment. Each t-shirt comes with a special tag, sharing the symptoms of ovarian cancer to raise awareness of this devastating disease.

MAMMA MIA! creator and producer Judy Craymer said: "I’ve seen at first hand the devastation of this disease and the work of Target Ovarian Cancer is essential to save more lives. As the show has such a strong female audience and cast, I thought it would be an ideal collaboration for MAMMA MIA! to work with Target Ovarian Cancer. We are delighted to be working together and to in some small way help to raise awareness. Every t-shirt sold will help fund life-saving awareness, research and support, spreading the word a little further to save lives in the future."

Target Ovarian Cancer Chair Emma Kane said: "Survival rates from ovarian cancer in the UK are among the worst in Europe. Target Ovarian Cancer is transforming the lives of women with ovarian cancer now and in the future. Working in partnership with MAMMA MIA! will help us to reach thousands more people, to raise awareness, offer support and save lives."

Target Ovarian CancerThe Dynamo T-shirt is available online and at the London and UK & International Tour productions’ theatres of MAMMA MIA! for £20.

£9 of each sale goes directly to Target Ovarian Cancer.

For more information about Target Ovarian Cancer visit


Target Ovarian Cancer is a registered charity, numbers 1125038 (England and Wales) and SC042920 (Scotland). Company number 6619981.


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Up to date as of: 8th April 2020.