The Malta Independent 17 May 2022, Tuesday

Teatru Manoel says thank you for the music this February

Sunday, 23 January 2022, 09:07 Last update: about 5 months ago

For three shows only, the Manoel will celebrate 50 years of music by Sweden’s most famous pop group

Dust off the platform shoes and step into your flares: the name of the game at Teatru Manoel this February is to celebrate the legendary music of one of the best-selling music artists of all time.

In GOLD: Celebrating 50 Years of Music by Sweden's Most Famous Pop Group, lucky audiences can take a chance to enjoy all their favourite ABBA songs performed live by a stellar cast - for three shows only, on 10, 11 and 12 February at 8pm.

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Produced by Teatru Manoel, Creative Artist Antoine Farrugia and Band Leader Melchior Busuttil lead a truly super trouper creative team to bring GOLD: Celebrating 50 Years of Music by Sweden's Most Famous Pop Group to Malta's national theatre stage.

Performing the pop group's classic songs such as Dancing Queen, Waterloo, Knowing Me Knowing You, Take a Chance on Me and many more, the exhilarating new show features some of the island's best-known singers, including Jasmine Abela, Michela Galea, Martina Borg, Glen Vella, Kevin Borg and Ludwig Galea. The show will also feature dancers from Dancel Dance Studio choreographed by Celaine Buhagiar.

"Teatru Manoel is thrilled to present GOLD: Celebrating 50 Years of Music by Sweden's Most Famous Pop Group this February," says Teatru Manoel CEO Massimo Zammit. "This fun and uplifting show is just the ticket to bring a smile to the faces of young and old, with the ultimate feel-good factor that this incredible music always inspires."

GOLD: Celebrating 50 Years of Music by Sweden's Most Famous Pop Group will take place at Teatru Manoel on 10, 11, 12 February, with all performances starting at 8pm. This event adheres to all current COVID-19 guidelines. Audience members must present a valid vaccination certificate at the door. Tickets are available via email to [email protected], by telephone to (+356) 21246389 or online at www.teatrumanoel.mt.


Photos: Sebio Aquilina


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