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Phil Collins and ABBA tribute acts on Cromer Pier

PUBLISHED: 07:00 17 April 2014

One of the members of tribute act And Finally...Phil Collins.

One of the members of tribute act And Finally...Phil Collins.

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Music lovers will enjoy sequins and guitar hits which will both feature in two Cromer Pier concerts this weekend.

Tribute band And Finally...Phil Collins will be performing in The Best of Phil Collins show at the Pavilion Theatre for the first time tomorrow at 7.30pm.

The two-hour show includes the classic hits Another Day in Paradise, Can’t Stop Loving You and Easy Lover. Tickets cost £17.50 or £16.50.

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of ABBA’s Eurovision triumph, Thank You for the Music is coming to Cromer with sequins and disco favourites.

The cast will take music fans back to 1974, to the night when Bjorn, Benny, Agnetha and Frida arrived as pop music superstars by winning the Eurovision Song Contest with their self-composed song Waterloo.

That night catapulted ABBA to worldwide fame and the song was a number one hit in 10 countries and even a top 10 hit in America.

Waterloo was to be the first of nine number one hit singles, nine chart-topping albums and 19 top 20 singles for the supergroup in Britain.

In addition to releasing singles and albums that chalked up worldwide sales totalling £370m, there followed a record-breaking movie and a smash-hit West End musical. The concert show revives all of ABBA’s hits, including Dancing Queen, Super Trouper, Mamma Mia, Thank You for the Music, Take A Chance on Me, The Winner Takes It All, Chiquitita, I Have A Dream, Gimme, Gimme, Gimme and, of course, Waterloo.

Tickets cost £21.50 or £20 and to book for this show as well as The Best of Phil Collins visit www.cromer-pier-com or call 01263 512495.

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