ABBA Super Troupers Exhibition – Southbank Centre – extended

ABBA Super Trouper

ABBA Super Troupers Exhibition – at the Southbank Centre extended. Critics have given it 5 stars.  Don’t miss it

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Come on a musical journey with Swedish pop sensation ABBA.  They take over 1970s Britain in this one-of-a-kind exhibition. Led by a personal tour guide and the voice of narrator Jarvis Cocker, we take you through nine immersive rooms exploring the music.  Also lyrics and lives of one of the world’s most unforgettable bands.

Event information
A maximum of 16 spaces are available on each time slot.

Tours last approximately 60 minutes. Audiences are asked not to exit the immersive exhibition while the guided tour is taking place. This is due to the recorded narrative.  The timed tour schedule and the experience of the rest of the group.

Some areas may feel quite confined due to low ceilings and darkness. It is therefore not recommended for those that suffer from severe claustrophobia. Please contact the ticketing team for further details before booking.

Latecomers will not be admitted, please arrive with enough time to collect tickets.

Age recommendation
Recommended for ages 7+. Not suitable for toddlers and babes in arms.

We are also offering British Sign Language.  Autism and Tourette’s Friendly, and Dementia Friendly tours


Super Trouper is a single from ABBA’s 1980 Studio album of the same name.  The song was written by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus.  The album became the biggest selling in the UK.  The album continues to sell worldwide.

The Southbank Centre is UK’s largest art centre.  Half of the events are free.  World class artists.  Multiple venues.

Time Out:  Those of us obsessed with Eurovision or guilty of belting out ‘Dancing Queen’ at ungodly hours are in for a treat, as the ABBA Museum in Stockholm is letting us borrow some of their best bits.  Swapping Sweden for the Southbank Centre, a huge archive of memorabilia from the ’70s pop gods is being installed in SE1 as an immersive exhibition experience.

Daily Mail:  A Nostalgic Treat

Times:  All rather joyous

NME:  Outrageously excellent.

Songs: Thank you for the Music.  Waterloo.  Dancing Queen.

So good to have the opportunity to catch up again with ABBA.  Catch the video for a taster of what can be seen. Get a peek of ABBA artefacts.  Their clothes. Fashion a priority with the band. Hairstyles top marks. Guys were cool and still are.  So are the ladies. Love to hear their songs anytime.  They are still aired on the radio. On CD even an exhibition

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