In the last couple of years, London has gone Abba mad.
We’ve had themed club nights, an immersive ‘Mamma Mia’ film experience, and now, there’s a huge, dedicated exhibition set to land in the city this winter.
Running from December 6 to the end of August 2020 at The O2, ‘Super Troupers: The Exhibition’ will chronicle the life and times of Agnetha, Anni-Frid, Benny and Björn, charting the rise of the Swedish superstars through experiential rooms dedicated to each of their records and a host of top tidbits from their personal archives.
How much ‘Money, Money, Money’ will it cost, you may ask? That’ll be a fairly pricey £27. But for your bucks, you’ll get photo opps galore, a recreation of a superfan’s shrine (!), and – if you want to be the winner who takes it all – you can even immerse yourself in a recreation of the band’s 1974 Eurovision Song Contest win.
Tickets for the exhibition go on sale this Friday at 9am – ‘Waterloo’ waiting for!
Find more wonderful things to do in London this month with our September guide.