ABBA: Super Troupers - Access Tours

Part of Nordic Matters

Come on a musical journey with Swedish pop sensation ABBA as they take over 1970s Britain in this one-of-a-kind exhibition. Throughout the exhibition's run, we are offering specially adapted tours, including British Sign Language Interpreted, Autism and Tourettes Friendly and Dementia Friendly tours.

British Sign Language Interpreted
5pm Wednesday 31 January and 5pm Wednesday 28 March

Autism and Tourettes Friendly*
10.30am Wednesday 28 February

Dementia Friendly
10.30am Wednesday 18 April

We'll take you through nine immersive rooms exploring the music, lyrics and lives of one of the world’s most unforgettable bands with your very own tour guide.

Get close to never-before-seen items from the band’s archive, including personal notes, memorabilia and iconic costumes. Chart their rise to fame and lasting legacy, from their early pop explosion onto the British music scene to chart-topping international stardom.

Taking on 1970s Britain, in the midst of a financial crisis, a wave of strikes and a three-day working week, ABBA were a breath of fresh air, dominating the airwaves with their upbeat anthems channelling positivity and optimism.

ABBA: Super Troupers is presented by Southbank Centre in partnership with Entertainment Exhibitions International AB, in association with ABBA The Museum.

*An autism-friendly performance is open to anyone but is particularly suited to those on the autistic spectrum or people who have learning disabilities, sensory or communication disorders. There is a relaxed attitude to noise and movement and some small changes made to the light and sound effects.

Dates & times

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Royal Festival Hall
Exhibition Space, Level 1, Royal Festival Hall

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Access information
To join our free Access Scheme and book concessionary tickets for this service, email [email protected] or call our Ticket Office on 020 3879 9555.

The exhibition is wheelchair accessible but only wheelchairs less than 80cm wide can fit and motorised wheelchairs do not work on the uneven surfaces. Southbank Centre wheelchairs are available for use if your wheelchair is too wide or motorised. If you wish to borrow one, please arrive at least 15 minutes ahead of your tour. We recommend that you attend with a companion who can assist you. For further information please email [email protected].

The fmGenie wireless communication system designed specifically for use by people with a hearing loss is available. Please speak to the host at the entrance to the tour if you require one.

Touch tours for blind and partially-sighted visitors can be arranged with advance notice. For further information please email [email protected].

Event information
A maximum of 16 spaces are available in each time slot.

Some areas may feel quite confined due to low ceilings and darkness. It is therefore not recommended for those that suffer from severe claustrophobia. Please contact the ticketing team for further details before booking.

Latecomers will not be admitted, please arrive with enough time to collect tickets.

Age recommendation
For ages 7+. Not suitable for younger children (including toddlers and babes in arms).

Supporter tickets
Supporter tickets include a voluntary donation of 10% of the standard admission charge, to support Southbank Centre’s work. If you are a UK taxpayer and make a Gift Aid declaration, we can claim the tax on the whole Supporter Ticket price, not just the donation. You should not make a Gift Aid declaration if you do not pay tax on your income. Southbank Centre is a registered charity No. 298909. Please note that, as a donation, Supporter Tickets are non-refundable.

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