After their split in 1982, ABBA had repeatedly refused to reform, despite renewed interest in the band from the 1990s onwards. But in 2017, Benny Andersson told a Swedish newspaper that there were plans for ABBA to tour 'virtually', using digital avatars of the group.

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Now, following the release of their first album in 40 years, Voyage, the Swedish supergroup have reunited in the digital world, for an ongoing show at a purpose-built 3,000-seater London arena.

Benny Andersson, Agnetha Fältskog, Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Bjorn Ulvaeus
of ABBA pictured in London in May 2022

For RTÉ Arena, John Maher reviews the show above: "You feel like you're going to see a religious ceremony - which it kind if is, in a way..."

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