The new comedy about devotion, desire and Dancing Queens.
In 1988, two Birmingham school friends tentatively came out: one as gay, the other - more shockingly - as an ABBA fan. Thirty years later, they reunite to form the world’s first ABBA tribute band – in drag. Can their friendship survive the tribulations of a life on the road; one full of platform boots, fake beards, and a distractingly attractive stranger?
Simultaneously tender and laugh-out loud funny, this heartfelt story will appeal to anyone who understands how it feels to be a fan: of ABBA or of anyone.
Written by and starring Ian Hallard (The Boys In The Band), and directed by Mark Gatiss (The Unfriend, Sherlock, Dracula, Doctor Who, The League of Gentlemen). Cast includes Donna Berlin (Doctors), Sara Crowe (Olivier Award winner for Private Lives), Andrew Horton (Jupiter’s Legacy), Rose Shalloo (Malory Towers) and Anton Tweedale (The Mousetrap, West End).
Featuring the voices of Miriam Margolyes and Paul O'Grady.
'JOYOUS, HEARTWARMING AND RIOTOUSLY FUNNY' Attitude
'SPARKLES WITH ONE LINERS… HUGELY ENJOYABLE' BritishTheatre.com