The Spice Girls exhibition – titled Spice Up London – is set to be the biggest music exhibition ever.
As you all know by now – the Spice Girls reunited last Friday, resulting in a global spice-related meltdown.
We’re unsure of the reason for their reunion, but who cares?! Posh, Baby, Ginger, Sporty and Scary were pictured together for the first time in – wait for it – five years!
The timing for their reunion has been perfect, because the upcoming Spice Girls exhibition is heading to the Business Design Centre in Angel, Islington, London, and it’s set to be the biggest exhibition ever.
It will showcase thousands of memorabilia, iconic stage costumes, and some never before seen pieces.
The exhibition will showcase how the Spice Girls went from band to brand, the most recognisable face of Cool Britannia, and the biggest British pop phenomenon since Beatlemania.
A Union Jack decorated bus will also take fans on a tour of iconic Spice Girls locations around London, and will treat them to a Spice Girls dance class – for children and adults, live music performances, and many other unconfirmed events.
The event organiser and curator – Alan Smith-Allison – said: “I have established personal friendships with other Spice Girls collectors and designers from around the world, including the Guinness World Record holder, Liz West.
“It’s been amazing to be able to share this passion with others, but above all it has allowed me to create this collective of iconic Spice Girls history. #SpiceupLondon has been a long time in the making, but it has grown beyond even my hopes for it.
“The interest in the exhibition has been massive and I can’t wait to show off what we are achieving. The London exhibition looks set to be the biggest music exhibition ever and it continues to grow with new events and exhibits being added every day.”
The Spice Up London Exhibition is coming to London from 28 July until 20 August 2018.
Are you ready to unleash your inner Spice Girl? If so, buy tickets now through their official website – www.spicegirls-exhibition.com/ticket-sales.
Tickets are £10 with student/OAP concessions available. Add-ons, such as guided tours and exhibition programmes, are also available to pre-order now.