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Mamma Mia! sing-along packs the Capitol in Nelson

There was no shortage of colourful costumes at the Mamma Mia! sing-along at The Capitol on Saturday. - Sam Van Schie photo
There was no shortage of colourful costumes at the Mamma Mia! sing-along at The Capitol on Saturday.
— image credit: Sam Van Schie photo

The Capitol was packed with Mamma Mia! fans donning their best 70's garb and ready to sing-along with the movie on Saturday night. The popular musical features the music of ABBA, and lyrics for the songs were shown on the big screen. There was plenty of competition for the best costume prizes handed out for individuals and groups, with adult and child categories.The event was hosted by local actors Jeff and Lisel Forst.

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