A POPULAR West End restaurant will raise money for charity by hosting events including a Mamma Mia sing-a-long.

Embargo will entertain its guests on Sunday, December 12 by holding three events with part of the proceeds going to Glasgow Women's Aid.

The day will start with a book brunch with author of A Glasgow Kiss Sophie Gravia, then continue with an afternoon ABBA sing-a-long and end with a special dinner with the Queens.

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The highly anticipated ABBA celebration will be hosted by DJ Davey Davidson and begin at 1pm. It will include a dish and four drinks.  

The Asian street food eatery is selling tickets at £35, £5 of which will be donated to the charity, which supports women and children facing domestic abuse.

General Manager of Embargo, Callum Raymond Young, said: “Our Abba sing-a-long will be a celebration of community as we all sing-along to your favourite ABBA hits, all in aid of a worthy cause, raising funds for Glasgow Women’s Aid.”

Tickets and more information is available here.