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Take a chance on the ultimate Abba show!


By Tim Coulson


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The ultimate Abba experience is set to light up the spectacular setting of Rutland Water this weekend, with the internationally acclaimed Bjorn Again ready to perform the group’s greatest hits.

Founded in 1988 in Melbourne, by Australian director and musician Rod Stephen, Bjorn Again rapidly achieved world-wide cult status and have been acknowledged for single-handedly initiating the Abba revival which brought about Abba Gold, Muriel’s Wedding and Mamma Mia!

Bjorn Again have since performed at the Albert Hall, Hampton Court Palace, Glastonbury and at Buckingham Palace.

The enduring appeal of Abba is reflected in the ongoing success of the Björn Again show having amassed nearly 5,000 performances in 71 countries in 26 years.

Now it’s your chance to see them in concert on your doorstep in Rutland, this Saturday evening, with special guests Eurovision winners Brotherhood of Man.

The group will perform all of Abba’s greatest hits, including the likes of Waterloo, Mamma Mia, Thank you for the Music and of course, Dancing Queen.

The whole evening will finish off with a spectacular fireworks display over the back drop of Rutland Water.

Tickets for the event are already selling out fast, but there is still time to grab yourself some tickets for the show which will be taking place at 5.30pm on Saturday.

To purchase tickets now visit the Live Promotions website.

An advance adult ticket is priced at £32.50 and a child ticket (five to 15 years) at £12.50.



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