Mamma Mia! An ABBA Themed Dining Experience Is Coming To The UK
Calling all ABBA superfans! A new Mamma Mia-inspired dining experience has landed in London and you better be sure it will have you spending your Money, Money, Money to book a ticket.
And while Waterloo might have seemed more of likely venue, Mamma Mia! The Party is taking place at the O2 Arena, where they have transformed the space into Nikos Taverna, inspired by the island of Skopelos, where the first film was shot.
During the four-hour immersive event, guests will enjoy a four-course gourmet Mediterranean meal sitting around tables in the taverna's courtyard complete with "a fountain, olive trees and bougainvillea."
After getting acquainted with taverna owner Nikos, his family and their story, diners will be entertained by singers and musician performing an array of ABBA's biggest hits.
The evening ends with the main floor transforming into a 1970s disco, where audience members are welcome to stay to sing and dance to original ABBA recordings.
Knowing Me, Knowing You - it will be a great night!
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A spin-off story from the Mamma Mia musical and 2008 film, the London cast includes Fed Zanni as Nikos, and Steph Parry as Nikos wife Kate.
Mamma Mia! The Party features music and lyrics by ABBA's Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus while the story was adapted for UK audiences by comedian and GBBO host Sandi Toksvig - so you better believe it will be filled with funny moments.
The immersive show initially began in Sweden, the band's homeland, and has been running for four years now.
However, the experience kicks off in London on Friday, 20th September until Thursday, 31st October - although it doesn't come cheap with tickets starting from £173.
Despite the price tag, it's truly an experience fans of the musical and Swedish band would never forget.
Go on Take A Chance on the show, you know you'll feel like a Super Trooper after it - grab your tickets here.
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