House, Gardens & Cafe Open Monday - Sunday 10.30 - 17.00

21st Century ABBA

14th August

Gates open 6:15pm Show starts 7:30pm

Tickets are still available at the door. 

Please bring your own seating. 

Car Parking:

Museum Car Park: Located behind the Selborne Arms beyond the public loos. You do not need to pay just give your registration number at the entrance to the event. Postcode: GU34 3BN

Overflow car park: Located off of Gracious Street, at the first bend. Postcode: GU34 3JH

Refreshments: There will be a refreshments kiosk and you are welcome to bring your own picnics.

 

 

Following on from last year’s sell out shows, this is an evening of hit after hit with songs you know and love from Waterloo, Mamma Mia, Take a Chance on Me, Super Trouper to many, many more? 21st Century Abba faithfully recreates all the greatest hits of one of the world’s most famous group combining stunning vocals, live musicians, and glittering costumes.

Come along with family and friends, picnic in Gilbert White’s beautiful gardens and surroundings and enjoy a wonderful performance of ABBA’s greatest hits! What could be more fun in the summer sun!

’Many praised how well the event was organised and expressed the hope that there would be a repeat performance in the near future.’’

The Southern Reporter

‘’A brilliant evening. Well done to all those who helped give us an amazing night of music. So pleased this event was well supported and enjoyed by so many,”

Lilian Nairn – Audience member

Tickets: Adult £22 / Child and students £17 / Family (2 Adults & 2 Children) £68

  • Start Date: 14 Aug 22
  • End Date: 14 Aug 22
  • Please note: tickets purchased from us are non refundable.

Gilbert Whites House

Gilbert White was aged 7 or 8 when the White family moved from the Vicarage on Selborne’s Plestor, to this house, called ‘The Wakes’ (named after the Wake family who had lived here previously). At that time the property would have been no more than a ‘two up, two down’  but over the subsequent years lots of extensions and additions have been made, creating the long sizeable house you see today.

The rooms have been restored following descriptions in White’s own correspondence and include a chair he used at Oriel College, Oxford (loaned from the College), items of contemporary furniture, family portraits and bed hangings embroidered for him by his aunts.

On display is the original manuscript of his book, The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, which was purchased with generous help from English Heritage and others.

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