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ABBA hits at Audley End with Björn Again





Acclaimed ABBA tribute Björn Again will headline a show packed with disco and soul hits at Audley End this summer.

They will be joined on the bill on Friday, August 4, by The Real Thing and Boney M, as well as Saffron Walden's Miss Disco, to perform the ultimate dancefloor anthems.

They will be kicking off three nights of music at English Heritage's Uttlesford landmark. There will be concerts by Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds and The Zutons on Saturday, August 5, and Tom Jones and special guests will take to the stage on Sunday, August 6.

Heritage Live at Audley End (62234153)
Heritage Live at Audley End (62234153)

On Friday, August 11, the palladian mansion will be the backdrop to an 80s extravaganza from Soft Cell, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark and Heaven 17.

Heritage Live organiser Giles Cooper said: "We can't wait to welcome Björn Again and our special guests, The Real Thing, Boney M and Miss Disco to the magical venue of Audley End. With so many classic songs between them, this will most definitely be a party to remember!"

Dubbed the 'Best ABBA Show in the World', Björn Again have gained mass appeal since their inception in 1988 and have been acknowledged as initiating the worldwide ABBA revival.

Bjorn Again (62234071)
Bjorn Again (62234071)

Created by Australian musician and manager Rod Stephen, Björn Again has registered 5,500 performances in 75 countries, even gaining plaudits from the members of ABBA themselves.

Singer Agnetha Fältskog said: "It was a great show. I loved the choreography, it was very true to life."

Formed in 1972, The Real Thing are best known for hits You To Me Are Everything, Can't Get By Without You and Can You Feel the Force, as well as their ground-breaking 1977 song, Children of the Ghetto. They remain pioneers of soul, funk and dance music.

Since their inception in 1976 in West Germany, Boney M have sold over 150 million records worldwide with their quintessential hits of the disco era, including Daddy Cool, Brown Girl In The Ring, Rivers of Babylon, Mary's Boy Child and Rasputin.

Miss Disco (62234116)
Miss Disco (62234116)

Miss Disco's dazzling costumes, slick dance routines and canon of classics guarantee that the dance floor is lit up from the second they step on stage.

For tickets, pre-sale begins on Thursday, February 9, at 10am with general release at the same time on Friday, February 10. See

https://arep.co/p/bjorn-againto register and axs.com/heritageliveto book.

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