Tribute to Abba will reproduce classic hits in flamboyant style

PUBLISHED: 11:27 03 March 2017 | UPDATED: 11:27 03 March 2017

File photo dated 07/04/74 of Swedish pop group Abba, who will be

File photo dated 07/04/74 of Swedish pop group Abba, who will be "reuniting" formally for first time since their split over 30 years ago to work on a project with music mogul Simon Fuller. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday October 26, 2016. The popular quartet - Agnetha Faltskog, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad - parted ways in 1982 after a successful 10-year stint. See PA story SHOWBIZ Abba. Photo credit should read: PA Wire

Superstar band Abba will reunite on St George’s Theatre stage on Saturday March 4 - or at least something very like it.

Delivering all the classics The Abba Reunion Tribute Show is now in its 10th year and said to be one of the top Abba experiences.

It sees the original Frida from London’s West End take her place among the familiar four-strong line-up.

Billed as a “feel good party style concert” it promises to deliver the kind of flamboyant showmanship that made the band famous and much-copied, defining the 1970s for many.

From Mamma Mia to Dancing Queen, all of the hits are performed with “unrivalled authenticity from both an audio and visual perspective complete with live band.”

The show starts at 7.30pm.

Tickets priced £20 and £22 are available from the theatre box office via 01493 330093 or via its website.

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