The Internationally acclaimed BJÖRN AGAIN show was created and founded in 1988 in Melbourne, by Australian Director and Musician ROD STEPHEN. Designed as a rocked-up light-hearted satirical ABBA spoof, the show rapidly achieved world-wide Cult status and acknowledged for singlehandedly initiating the ABBA revival which brought about ABBA Gold, Muriel’s Wedding and MAMMA MIA! The enduring appeal of ABBA is reflected in the ongoing success of the Björn Again show having amassed 5,000 performances in 72 countries in 30 years.
Recently acknowledged by ABBA’s blonde vocalist Agnetha Fältskog, Rod aims to keep his typically Australian production at the top and continue for as long as people want to hear the much-loved ABBA repertoire performed the way only the Björn Again show does.
“Welcome to Buckingham Palace I hope you have a great show. If you are onstage at 11pm Its a bit late for me – I’ll be tucked up in bed by then ! ” – HRH Queen Elizabeth II (Buckingham Palace Christmas Party 2012)
“It was a great show. I loved the choreography … it was very true to life…..When do you play your next shows?… Good Luck for the tour” – Agnetha Fältskog (TV3 / TV6 20th Anniversary party Stockholm 2007)
“BJÖRN AGAIN has been going for twice as long as ABBA did!” – Benny Andersson (The Observer OMM, Mamma Mia Film Interview London 2008)
“BJÖRN AGAIN….the first time i heard that i thought it was a very funny name!” Björn Ulvaeus (Manchester Evening News 2008)
“Thanks for the great show” – Kylie Minogue (New Years Eve Wembley Arena 2006)
“A wonderful evening in this magnificent setting dancing to Björn Again” – J.K. Rowling – Harry Potter Author (2006 MS Charity Ball)
There will be a licensed bar or bars for this event (no spirits or shots) under the auspices of a TEN licence from Bromley Council. Refreshments may be purchased before and during the performance and during the interval.
The usual alcohol licensing law applies including as to age and serving etc.
We reserve the right to refuse to sell, serve or otherwise supply alcohol to any person for whatever reason and more specifically we reserve the right to request satisfactory proof of age before selling, serving or supplying alcohol to any person.
Audience members are not permitted to:-