Abba tribute Thank You for the Music at Cambridge Corn Exchange

PUBLISHED: 10:14 23 March 2017

Thank You for the Music

Thank You for the Music

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The world’s longest running Abba tribute show, Thank You for the Music, will be at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Saturday, April 22.

The event celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Swedish super group’s biggest selling hit, Dancing Queen, realised in August 1976.

The song was a million-selling, number-one hit in 13 countries and it forms the climax to the international hit stage show. The production is now in its 23rd year.

In fact, this spectacle has had a longer run than Bjorn, Benny, Agnetha and Frida did during the 70s and 80s.

The set list, drawn from ABBA’s nine number one hit singles, nine chart-topping albums and 19 top 20 singles in the UK, includes solid-gold hits Super Trouper, Waterloo, Mamma Mia, Thank You for the Music, Gimme, Gimme, Gimme, Knowing Me Knowing You, Mamma Mia and Dancing Queen.

Thank You for the Music also features the trio, The Magic of the Bee Gees. Backed by a live band, perform original Bee Gees’ hits like Staying Alive, Massachusetts, Night Fever and How Deep is Your Love as well as million-sellers written for other artists by the Bee Gees including Islands in the Stream, If I Can’t Have You and Chain Reaction.

7.30pm tickets, £27.75, £25.25 from 01223 357851 or www.cornex.co.uk.

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