ABBA parody group Björn Again to perform hit show on luxury Canaries cruise

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ABBA fans can soon show off their best Dancing Queen skills on a new cruise holiday with a special appearance from spoof pop group Björn Again!

The group, a light-hearted parody of the Swedish band, will be taking to the stage and performing some of ABBA's biggest hits as part of a star-studded line-up on Imagine Cruising's new Ultimate Cunard Canaries Sailcation in October.

The Australian quartet have earned cult status amongst ABBA devotees since forming in 1988 and they've even been acknowledged by ABBA’s blonde vocalist Agnetha Fältskog.

The show has also been credited as having played a pivotal role in a revival in popularity of ABBA’s music which has led to productions such as Muriel’s Wedding and Mamma Mia!

The group will be joined on Imagine Cruising’s new Ultimate Cunard Canaries Sailcation by West End star Michael Ball, TV presenter Eamonn Holmes and 2007 Britain’s Got Talent winner Paul Potts.

Passengers on board Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth ship for the 14-night getaway will be treated to a dreamy sun-soaked itinerary too, spanning the coastlines of destinations like Funchal, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Cadiz and Lisbon.

There is something for everyone on the Queen Elizabeth among the many lounges and restaurants, which cater for everything from fine dining to classic pub food, or even a delectable afternoon tea if you're looking to indulge your sweet tooth.

Oh, and for an extra touch of indulgence and pampering, why not treat yourself to a session in the lush spa with ocean inspired treatments?

The best part is that there are tempting deals offering value for money on the cruise, which sails on a roundtrip from Southampton on October 18, 2021.

Cabins start from just £1,299pp which works out at approximately £92pp – you can find out more and book at

It's worth noting that guests 18 years old and over will be required to have completed their Covid-19 vaccination course a minimum of 14 days prior to sailing.

  • At the time of writing, the Foreign Office currently advises against international cruise travel during the pandemic. Always check the latest advice before booking or going on a trip.
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