Following its staggering success last year, Mamma Mia at the Muni returned, for one night only last week (Friday February 20th) with all money raised going towards the Mayor’s Charity Appeals.
The Mayor, Councillor, Margaret Davies, donned her wig, glitter and platform boots and joined the crowds for an evening of Abba-themed fun, music and dancing.
Tribute act Abba Gold brought out the dancing kings and queens as they belted out the Swedish group’s much-loved hits, from Waterloo to Voulez Vouz and the Winner Takes It All.
The audience was well and truly transported back to the glory of disco days, with everyone who attended thoroughly enjoying the glitztastic event.
The event raised over a staggering £2500, with all proceeds from the evening donated to TEDS, the Special Baby Care Unit and the British Heart Foundation.
Mayor Cllr Margaret Davies said: “We knew, because of the popularity of Abba and the revival of the era thanks to the film that Mamma Mia at the Muni would be a huge success.
“But we were overwhelmed by how well the evening went, it was truly such a great night and everyone had such fun dancing to the tunes and wearing fancy dress.
“Because of the success, many people have once again asked for a repeat performance. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for coming and in turn supporting my chosen charities. Even though we had an extremely good night, it is important to remember that it was all in aid of very worthy causes.”