ABBA fans will be listening out for Supertrouper's 'Glasgow' this weekend as one of the best loved tribute acts returns to the city.​

Thank You For the Music - The Tribute to ABBA, is being held this Saturday at the SEC.

Now on the last leg of its Scottish tour, Leona Skimmings to performs as Agnetha, said they are “very excited” to return to Glasgow.

Skimmings said: “We can’t wait we just absolutely loved the crowd, I mean we travel all over the world with this show, Japan, Russia and even all around Scotland, there really is nothing like a Glasgow crowd they give so much energy, it’s just infectious.

“We just look forward to it and obviously I am a Glaswegian, so I’m quite biased.”

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This time the seven piece band, including two guitarists, a bassist, a drummer and the four ABBA tribute singers, will be joined by some special Glasgow guests on stage.

A group of around 70 theatre students from the Vivace theatre school, aged between four and 16, will join the cast on stage to perform two of the most popular songs; Fernando and I Have a Dream.

“It’s nice to have up and coming scottish talent, to share the stage with them, it’s quite inspiring for them,” Skimmings added.

Seventeen years ago Skimmings, who is currently a singing judge on the hit BBC One show All Together Now, performed at the SEC while supporting Girls Aloud on tour with her girlband Lemonescent.

“It’s an absolute dream com true to be performing there again,” she said.

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Following the huge hit Hollywood films, Mamma Mia! and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, Skimmings said the ABBA music has had a resurgence.

“Obviously you’ve got people that loved it back in the 70s or 80s when it was out, but now you’ve got the new generation, which is all these young kids they all know the songs as well.

“It’s a real family show,” Skimmings said.

One song featured in the performance is expected to be highly popular with the Glasgow crowd, Super Trouper.

“It’s a massive song for Glasgow because it mentions the city in the song. They don’t mention any other cities in any other songs so it’s a pretty big thing,” Skimmings said.

The famous lyrics, “When I called you last night from Glasgow”, have long been a source of pride for Glaswegians.

The two part show will include music from both Hollywood films, as well as ABBA’s Gold album.

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“It’s just a dancing queen extravaganza, expect lots of glitter, a big massive singalong, we’re a big audience participation kind of show.

“We encourage the audience to be part of it, we have competitions within the audience, we have everyone dancing,” Skimmings said.

Tickets are still available for Saturday’s performance which kicks off at 8pm. Call the box office on 08443 954000 or buy tickets online at