There are no actual strobe units during the performance, and no synchronised effects plotted in the 4Hz – 60Hz range that can induce photo-sensitive epilepsy in some persons. Unfortunately, the nature of some of the lighting cues in the show may possibly produce the same symptoms due to the combined random shutter effects of the moving lights and LEDs.
Therefore the production does include high intensity flashing lighting effects, and we cannot guarantee that a person with photo-sensitive epilepsy will not be affected. This is despite the best efforts of the production to conform to the guidance in the Technical Standards and best practice to avoid the use of synchronised stroboscopic effects in the most hazardous ranges.
If you have further questions, or would like to hear how we can help on the night, please contact our Access team on 020 3995 6288
Train Strikes 2nd – 8th December
Guests are advised that performances of Mamma Mia! The Party will still be going ahead as scheduled. Please allow extra time when making your journey to The O2.Information on parking near The O2 can be found on their website here