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PUBLISHED: 10:23 02 February 2006 | UPDATED: 14:35 12 May 2010

Get in the Abba spirit

Get in the Abba spirit

WHAT could lycra, false beards and Napoleon Costumes all have in common? Believe it or not Abba. Yes it's time to Sing-along-a Abba at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage. This is THE event you Abba fans have been waiting for the Swedish super-grou

WHAT could lycra, false beards and Napoleon Costumes all have in common? Believe it or not - Abba. Yes it's time to Sing-along-a Abba at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage. This is THE event you Abba fans have been waiting for - the Swedish super-groups' greatest hits performed live with subtitles so everyone can join in. Born from the Sing-along-a Sound of Music phenomenon, the Abba version has all the favourite elements. The obligatory fancy dress competition, free Magic Moment goody bags, your favourite lyrics on the screen and a band playing hit after hit. The evening will kick off with a vocal warm up by the band who also take you through your goody bag which will contain an array of props to be used throughout the show. Then, of course, is the famous Sing-along-a fancy dress competition where everyone who has dressed up gets the chance to come up on stage and show off their togs. So put your crown jewels and tiara on and be a dancing queen. - Sing-along-a Abba is at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage on Saturday, February 25 at 8pm. - For more details or to book tickets, call the Box Office on 08700 131030 or visit the website at www.gordon-craig.co.uk

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