ABBA Voyage Arena


At Benugo we want our food and drink to entertain you as much as the performance you’re about to see. Whether you’re having the time of your life at ABBA Voyage or singing along to an opera at the London Coliseum, our menus in venues are just the ticket!

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ABBA Arena

ABBA Voyage is a revolutionary new concert from one of the biggest pop bands in history

In a purpose-built 3,000 capacity arena at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, we’re here to provide the food and drink for everyone to enjoy the night of their lives. In the venue, you can find four public bars, a Prosecco bar and a concourse eatery serving hot dogs, deli sandwiches and sweet treats.

The Oceanbird Lounge at ABBA Voyage is a premium hospitality space, where you can enjoy free-flowing food and drink before the concert.

On matinee show days the bar closes at 4.15pm and reopens for the evening show at 6pm.

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Overlooking the Thames, BFI Southbank is the national centre for film and the moving image. It’s the leading repertory cinema in the UK, specialising in seasons of classic, independent and non-English language films. Watch a film, have dinner and drinks or plan your special event here.

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Warwick Arts Centre

Based at the heart of the University of Warwick on the outskirts of Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre has a national reputation for its wide-ranging programme. With eight venues under one roof, including the prestigious Butterworth Hall, theatres, gallery and three cinemas, it is one of the largest arts centres in the country.

The programme at Warwick Arts Centre is diverse and eclectic, ranging from the best UK and international theatre, prestigious orchestras and big-name comedians to music gigs, films, experimental studio work and accessible work for children and families. In addition we are the home of the acclaimed free entry Mead Gallery, a distinctive space exhibiting works by the UK’s best contemporary visual artists.

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The Barbican Centre is a performing arts centre in the Barbican Estate of the City of London and the largest of its kind in Europe, hosting classical and contemporary music concerts, theatre performances, film screenings and art exhibitions. All housed in a magnificent Brutalist building overlooking a lake.

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London Coliseum

Opened on December 24th 1904, The London Coliseum is the largest theatre in London’s West End. As well as being the home of the English National Opera, it’s the London home of the English National Ballet. Although primarily used for opera performances, look out for summer blockbuster shows and the classic Nutcracker every Christmas.

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