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Abbaworld interactive exhibition to open in London

Abba have got behind the exhibition

Abba fans will get the chance to immerse themselves in everything about the band as an interactive exhibition has its premiere in London.

Abbaworld, which has the backing of the Swedish band, features 25 rooms full of memorabilia, behind-the-scenes footage and music dedicated to the foursome.

Fans will even be able to get up on stage with their "idols" as part of a 3D hologram installation.

The exhibition opens at London's Earls Court on 27 January.

Frida Lyngstad said: "On behalf of Agnetha, Bjorn, Benny and I, we are delighted to be part of Abbaworld and to have the opportunity to share our amazing experiences with our fans."

As part of the interactive experience, visitors will also be able to appear in music videos, on album covers and take part in a sing-a-long.

The exhibition is expected to go on a world tour but no other dates have yet been announced.

Tickets for the London date go on sale on 3 December.

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