Bjorn Again to perform for one night only in Leisureland Galway

Bjorn Again on their 20th anniversary tour, live at Hammersmith Apollo on  December 18, 2008

Bjorn Again on their 20th anniversary tour, live at Hammersmith Apollo on December 18, 2008

Bjorn Again, a satirical show based around ABBA, makes its long-anticipated return to Ireland for its first Christmas tour special, visiting Leisureland in Galway on Saturday, December 17.

It promises to be an entertaining night packed full of ABBA’s greatest hits and a host of festive anthems. Bop the night away to all your old favourites including “Dancing Queen”, “Mamma Mia”, “Waterloo”, “Take A Chance On Me”, “Fernando” and many more. It promises a packed house with dancing in the aisles and a chorus from guests.

Bjorn Again, created and founded by Rod Stephen in 1988 in Australia, was scripted and choreographed as a tongue-in-cheek satirical parody of ABBA and the show rapidly achieved cult status. After a massively successful night in Bord Gáis Energy Theatre earlier this year, Bjorn Again promised to return soon and the Christmas special was born. To date, Bjorn Again have performed more than 4,700 times in 71 countries during 27 years.

Tickets for this great gig are on sale now from €29.50. Book through Leisureland, online at www.ticketmaster.ie or through Ticketmaster ticket line on (0818 ) 719377.

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