Australia’s Kytherian Association to hold Greek taverna night with a ‘Mamma Mia’ twist


Calling all Super Troopers and Dancing Queens.

The Kytherian Association of Australia (KAA) is holding a Greek taverna night with a twist on Saturday, October 1 at the Mytilenian House in the Sydney suburb of Canterbury from 6.30pm.

The event, Mamma Mia: ABBA’s Back, will give attendees a chance to relive music from the Swedish supergroup, ABBA, as well as the soundtrack of the 2008 romance film set in Greece.

“People can dance and sing to all the ABBA hits with our live ABBA band, ABBASBACK,” President of the KAA’s Centenary Committee, Andrew Malanos, told The Greek Herald about the event.

With tickets priced at $60 per person, people will also be able to enjoy a Greek taverna dinner, music by DJ Darcy, a Santorini photo wall, ABBA prizes and giveaways, and free soft drinks.

All ages are invited to attend, including high school students, as everyone celebrates the KAA’s centenary this year.

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