Stars of Eurovision will be performing at Brighton Dome in an event to celebrate 50 years since Abba's win.

They will be singing Abba hits in the concert hall.

The event, called Gold, will start at 7.30pm on April 6 and will be hosted by 1999 Eurovision winner Charlotte Perrelli. 

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The Brighton Gay Men's Chorus will sing alongside other Eurovision winners, including 2015's Mans Zelmerlow, Katrina, who won in 1997, and Nicki French who represented the UK at the 2000 competition.

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A spokesman for Brighton Dome said: "It’s time for Waterloo to be performed again at Brighton Dome. The same stage. The same date. The same iconic songs you know and love.

"Hosted by Charlotte Perrelli, a line-up of Eurovision royalty and Brighton Gay Men's Chorus perform Abba favourites plus Eurovision hits. So... how could you ever refuse?"

Abba stormed to victory at the Dome in 1974, scoring 24 points with Waterloo.