Britain's Queen Elizabeth II hosted a reception at Windsor castle, to which were invited the courtiers and their guests. The event was the music of Swedish group ABBA. By nightfall, they were shown the film adaptation of the musical "Mamma Mia!", based on the songs of the band.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II hosted a reception at Windsor castle — the residence of the British monarchs, reports the Daily Mail. The event, which was played by the Swedish music group ABBA, was invited courtiers and their guests.
The party, which was arranged without a special occasion, was held in the cinema club of the castle, only it was attended by 500 people. The entrance ticket cost is 12.5 pounds (about 16 dollars). The event has had a dress code: attendees had to dress in the style of ABBA. This theme was chosen because Queen's favorite song is Dancing Queen.
It is noted that the guests danced, sang and drank champagne. By nightfall, they were shown the film adaptation of the musical "Mamma Mia!", based on the songs of ABBA.
At the entrance visitors are checked by security service. Herself Elizabeth II was at Balmoral — the Royal residence in Scotland.
ABBA Quartet that existed in the years 1972-1982 and named for the first letters of the names of the performers. Is one of the most successful teams in the history of popular music.