Mamma Mia! The next generation of pop-up dinner is coming to London.
Björn Ulvaeus, the Swedish songwriter, member of ABBA and co-composer of Mamma Mia!, is taking the beloved musical to the next level in summer 2019. Björn was part of the visionary team that brought the stage musical and movies to life, and is now expanding his vision to include a physical location where ABBA lovers can party like they’re dancing queens.
The immersive Mamma Mia! The Party experience will take place in a recreation of the Greek tavern from the first movie. Around 500 guests per night will be able to dine on Mediterranean food while the staff puts on an interactive show, complete with sing-alongs from the hit musical. Each dining reservation ticket comes with a three-course Mediterranean meal that includes a mezze selection, delicious meat dishes with tempting sides and authentic Greek desserts. The best part? At the end of dinner, the tables will be cleared away so everyone can dance their hearts out on a disco dance floor. It’s time to break out your 1970s gear.
The dining experience first launched in Stockholm, Sweden, in 2016 and continues to sell out each seating. This second location will be set inside a dedicated space in The O2 at Greenwich peninsula, one of the world’s most popular music and entertainment venues. The experience will last around five hours and tickets can already be reserved online here.
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