Mamma Mia!

SOS! There's an awesome ABBA-themed restaurant in London!

An ABBA-themed restaurant has re-opened in London

from £109 pp

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Prepare to say "thank you for the music", because an ABBA-themed restaurant has returned to London.

London's O2 Arena will host Mamma Mia! The Party, an ABBA-themed experience where guests can sing along to the pop classics. Keep scrolling for all of the details!


The idea for the restaurant was devised by Bjorn Ulvaeus - one of the original band members - who promises an "immersive theatrical dining experience". Following a hugely successful run of the attraction in Stockholm, we're very glad he's clearly said "here we go again".

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Fans of the Mamma Mia! franchise will be transported to the lush Greek island of Kalokairi, where the two films are set, within a specially adapted venue in the O2 Arena.

The lucky Super Troupers will dine within a recreation of a traditional taverna, tucking into delicious Mediterranean cuisine while a live show is played out for them, packed with classics from the Swedish group.

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"Nikos' Taverna" will include a courtyard with long table to accommodate up to 500 lucky Dancing Queens, surrounded by plenty of features straight from the film set, including a fountain, olive trees and bougainvillea.

Be prepared to send an SOS to your ABBA-loving mateys - you can purchase your tickets here.

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