A Massive ABBA Exhibition Dances Its Way To London This Christmas

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A Massive ABBA Exhibition Dances Its Way To London This Christmas
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Gimme Gimme Gimme... a ticket to the new ABBA exhibition at The O2.

That's right, everyone's favourite Swedish quartet are celebrated at whopper show, ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition.

The blockbuster takes an up close and personal look at each individual member of the group — Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid ("Frida") Lyngstad — and what made them all so integral to the band's success.

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Wander through halls stuffed with memorabilia, costumes, lyrics and instruments, while an audio guide leads the way (and plays some ABBA classics we hope).

At the end of the exhibition fans can say Thank You For The Music with a chance to sing and dance along to ABBA's pop classics.

We know, we know. Shouldn't this exhibition really be in Waterloo? Well plans for a ABBA themed restaurant in the area fell through after locals complained. So North Greenwich it is.

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Unsurprisingly — this is The O2 we're talking about — you'll need plenty of Money, Money, Money to get a ticket. Standard adult entry is £27, although there are better deals on offer for concessions and groups. (It's always better when there are four of you.)

ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition runs at The O2 from 6 December 2019-31 August 2020.

Last Updated 10 September 2019