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Two uplifting, energising shows will be live on stage again late May, and you have the chance to win a pair of tickets for either of them! What a marvellous way to celebrate the re-opening of our theatres and to really get into the swing of ‘normal’ life once more!

Here Come the Boys

Here Come the BoysFor a dynamic and thrilling celebration of dance across the genres, Strictly’s Aljaž Škorjanec, Robin Windsor, Pasha Kovalev and Graziano di Prima, joined by talented international dancers, are bringing Here Come the Boys to the London Palladium from 25 May to 9 June. This promises to be a night of show stopping dance-floor anthems, club classics and guilty pleasures! Fast, furious and extravagant, you’ll be amazed and wow’d!

Abba Mania

Abba ManiaBack at the Shaftesbury theatre from 21 May to 6 June, this tribute band are the very best next thing! Having played in 30 countries worldwide, Abba Mania’s return to the West End is long awaited. If Dancing Queen, Waterloo and Souper Trouper get your toes tapping, this is not to be missed. So out with those platform boots, the flares and sequin jumpsuits, to enjoy a seriously great performance and fun night out.

Tour dates for Abba Mania in the UK and worldwide at outdoor venues and in theatres.

Social distancing

The theatres are very Covid-19 aware and seating is following approved social distancing seating requirements.

How to win tickets

You can enter for either or both prizes!

If you’d like to win tickets for Abba Mania, please add a comment at the end of this page, telling us which is your favourite Abba song and why.

Or to enter the prize draw for Here Come the Boys tickets, simply tell us about your favourite dance moment. This could be your own experience or one you have enjoyed watching.

The competition closes on 14 May and the winners will be advised by 17 May 2021.

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  • Pablo21
    4 days ago
    Gimme gimme Waterloo to see the Dancing Queen.
  • KatieNW
    5 days ago
    Chiquitita lyrics are amazing and really helped me through a tough year ‘But the sun is still in the sky and shining above you, let me hear you sing once more, like you did before, sing a new song.’

    Here comes the boys - I've not seen it, but my favoruite dance moments have always been in my kitchen with my family happy dancing!
  • Stephen-Fleming
    5 days ago
    Waterloo - brings back 70s memories
  • Silverbaglady
    6 days ago
    Remembering all the girls on one side of the dance hall, all the boys round the bar, and waiting for one of them to come over and ask you to dance, and oh the shame if they never asked you. Who would be young again!!!!
  • Silverbaglady
    6 days ago
    Favourite ABBA song in Dancing Queen, defy anyone not to get up and dance when that song comes on.
  • 251lrb
    6 days ago
    Here come the boys. Favourite dance moment = baby in Dirty Dancing.
  • Flossy123
    6 days ago
    Here come the boys sounds amazing! Always love watching the shows with dance students during my role as school librarian!
  • mummyquack
    6 days ago
    Thank you for the music always gets me singing.
  • Deastie
    6 days ago
    Favourite ABBA song is 'The day before you came', it's not heard very often but has a lovely vibe to it.
  • traceyjgrey
    6 days ago
    Waterloo
  • 1234mll
    6 days ago
    Can’t even remember the last tine I went to the theatre!
  • allanah
    6 days ago
    Love ABBA. Missing live theatre so much.
  • SuzCG
    6 days ago
    Oh the thought of seeing live performances again...

    My favourite Abba song is 'Does Your Mother Know' just because it's got such a beat that always gets me dancing, especially when played loud...

    My favourite dance moment is the memory of dancing at Blackpool Tower Ballroom as a young girl with my dance school. It's my favourite week every year watching Strictly, as it brings back such memories!
  • SueH53
    8 days ago
    Seeing one of the Strictly live tour shows in an arena setting was one of the most magical and exhilarating experiences ever.
  • sweetlittletriffid
    8 days ago
    Never seen a show in London, would be amazing. My favourite ABBA song is “Winner takes it all”
    It’s very emotional for me and reminds me of my first marriage.
  • Sunflowers1
    8 days ago
    Does Your Mother know by Abba is so uplifting, like so many of their songs, when I watch the film I have to dance. I have been a big fan since 1975 so I would love to see the show.
  • Marpau
    8 days ago
    I will always love the final dance in dirty dancing
  • Marpau
    8 days ago
    Dancing queen as it was played at our wedding. I was only 17 so it struck a chord.
  • redbrit
    8 days ago
    Fernando...best sad song out...
  • MattW
    9 days ago
    Dancing Queen is my favourite. It's one of those songs you can't help but sing along to
  • Karenlou1966
    9 days ago
    Dancing Queen!!
  • Dave-SoS
    9 days ago
    'Here Come the Boys' should be a hoot! I'll never forget my days cutting the rug as part of the Ethnocentric Dance Troupe. We each wore the national costume of different countries and then performed dances from all the places we represented. Fab, wild, and furiously fun!
  • Dave-SoS
    9 days ago
    Love the ABBA song 'Winner Takes It All'! Can't remember the number of times I've sung that with various choirs and groups and it just makes me so emotional every time!
  • Embracing50s
    9 days ago
    ABBA will always lift spirits and watching dancing experts is a dream. Difficult decision for the winner. The winner will take it all - sorry, could t resist. It's Monday (not yet 08:00) working from home and havent had my breakfast yet - or more importantly, my coffee. Probably oversharing.
  • BOBBYNIC2
    9 days ago
    ABBA - Waterloo, takes me back to my school days.