ABBA FOREVER - 2023 TOUR
The smash hit show “ABBA FOREVER” is returning to VISUAL & The George Bernard Shaw Theatre Carlow this November for one night only!
Sunday 26th November 2023 | 8pm
Admission: €28 (Groups of 6+ get €2 off per ticket)Book Tickets
It is one of the years’ most popular shows around Ireland and we keep getting requests for it. ABBA fans just can’t get enough of it!
It’s always party time when abba comes to town but when it’s the Christmas Show, then that’s a real excuse to let your hair down! This happy sing-a-long event is pure escapism. It celebrates ABBA’S MUSIC with a loud and proud production and terrific audio visuals of ABBA Seminal moments on the GIANT screen!
It’s the perfect way to start your Christmas celebrations! Bring your special Christmas Party along and you will have a ball!!
ABBA Forever was formed and is lead by Dennis Scally, a terrific musician who has been at the top of the music game for many years.
For 13 years, while based in Los Angles, he was the musical director for The Supremes and toured the world with them. He moved back to Europe 14 years ago and formed ABBA Forever. A virtuoso keyboard player, he really shines at all the great ABBA keyboard parts.
Lead Guitar is Rae Daniel, also from London. Rae has played with various bands and shows down through the years including the London “Mamma Mia” Show.
On lead vocals are Lucinda O’Connell and Marie O’Hara. Both girls came through their school and teenage lives starring in Musicals. Lucinda starred in “Jesus Christ Superstar” as Mary Madeline and Marie appeared in touring productions of “Grease” “Phantom of the Opera” and lots more.
You will not hear better ABBA Voice anywhere. Both girls have Irish family connections and love touring here to catch up with relatives!
From “Waterloo (Again)” to “Dancing Queen” Expect a dazzling, fantastic performance including the most iconic hits, Mamma Mia, S.O.S, Money, Money Money, The Winner Takes All, Gimme Gimme, Gimme and many MANY more!
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