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ABBA Forever at Bridlington Spa

Guaranteed to get you up and dancing in the aisles!

ABBA Forever are recognised as one of the best live recreations of ABBA Live in Concert and theatre audiences worldwide have long enjoyed this superb recreation of possibly the world‘s greatest pop band.


In this amazing live show, the unique ABBA sound is replicated with incredible attention to detail, using a six-piece band featuring electric and acoustic guitars, keyboards and piano, drums and bass guitar. Two outstanding ABBA girls complete the line-up, adding the essential glitz and glamour to a well-polished and gently humorous show.


The wonderful lyrics penned by Benny and Bjorn are sung in wonderful harmony by all six performers on stage. Dynamic non-stop choreography, stunning visuals, top class musicianship and an all live performance ensures that the ABBA Forever Show captivates audiences whenever they take to the stage.


Packed full of excitement and exuberance, dazzling costumes and authentic lighting design, ABBA Forever will take you on a journey back to the 70’s; the show is guaranteed to get you up and dancing in the aisles.

What's included in the Bridlington & Abba Forever Break?

Departing: 4th August 2024

• 6 nights dinner, bed & breakfast at Monarch Hotel, Bridlington.

• Tickets to ABBA Forever at Bridlington Spa

• Excursion to Scarborough & Filey

• Trip to York 

• Excursion to Whitby & the North York Moors Railway

• Return travel from local pick up points

• NO CHARGE for local pick up points or seat reservations (including front seats)

Our Leisureplex Hotels - Where you will stay...

Monarch Hotel, Bridlington

The recently refurbished Monarch Hotel is situated in a prime position on Bridlington’s seafront only a short walk from the Bridlington Spa arts complex. The resort’s flat promenade offers a relaxing stroll into town. Guests can enjoy panoramic sea views from the restaurant and bar.

Don't miss out! Book ABBA Forever today!

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the North West

Departing from
the South via Reading