An ABBA immersive exhibition experience has just opened in London
Mamma Mia! Here we go again…
An ABBA exhibition has just opened in London, with a chance to get hands on with the iconic band.
The ABBA Museum in Stockholm has let Londoners get up close and personal with memorabilia from the ’70s pop four with a new London opening.
Visitors to the Southbank Centre will be given a tour through ABBA’s history, walking through recreated scenes of pop history past, from the Brighton hotel room where they celebrated winning Eurovision with ‘Waterloo’ to Polar Studios in Stockholm, where they made many of their indisputable bangers.
Led by a personal tour guide and the voice of narrator Jarvis Cocker, you’ll enter nine immersive rooms exploring the music, lyrics and lives of one of the world’s most unforgettable bands.
‘Super Troupers’ features original memorabilia, merchandise, costumes, instruments and more, as well as never-before-seen artefacts, including a letter from the London Met declining the band’s request to record a music video at Piccadilly Circus, and unseen photographs.
Super Troupers is open at the Southbank Centre until April 29th 2018.