THE Citizen has teamed up with the promoters of the Thank You For The Music show to give three lucky readers/listeners the chance of winning a pair of tickets each to see the spectacular production at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange on Saturday, March 31 at 7.30pm.
A brand-new show, celebrating the 35th anniversary of ABBA’s biggest hit single Dancing Queen, comes to town with the original Thank You for the Music concert show.
Now in its fabba-ulous 17th year, Thank You for the Music has entertained the nation for even longer than Bjorn, Agnetha, Benny and Frida did during the 70s and 80s.
Million-selling hit follows million-selling hit as ABBA meet the Bee Gees in a worldwide box office blockbuster.
The irresistible combination has been so phenomenal that in 2005, a West End stage show that shared the production’s original title requested the show change its name.
The renamed show Thank You For the Music has emerged an even bigger hit with theatre audiences.
Classic ABBA hits Dancing Queen, Super Trouper and Thank You For the Music rub shoulders with Bee Gees chart toppers like Massachusetts, Words and Stayin’ Alive.
Even Bee Gees-penned hits made famous by other artists – Islands in the Stream, Heartbreaker and Woman in Love – feature, all performed Bee Gees-style.
Thank You For the Music is a theatrical romp through the decades. The show has it all – a star-studded cast, glittering costumes, superb musicianship.
To buy tickets contact King’s Lynn Corn Exchange box office on 01553-764864 or visit www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk
To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to the performance, answer the following question: Thank You For The Music stars an authentic live tribute to Abba and which other million-selling super group?
Put your answer on the back of a sealed envelope or postcard, along with your name, address and a daytime telephone number, and send it - marked ABBA COMPETITION - to the Citizen at 11 Union Street, Wisbech.
Entries can also be emailed to email@example.com
Closing date is 10am on Tuesday, March 20.