In London there will be the largest exhibition dedicated to the work of Spice Girls

Already this summer in London there will be the largest exhibition dedicated to the work of the group Spice Girls.

In July and August of this year, the exhibition dedicated to the famous five performers will be held in the Business Design Center in Islington. The exposition will feature thousands of memorabilia, as well as iconic stage costumes, in which the girls performed in the 1990s. In addition, there will be held thematic events, such as bus tours and dance classes.

It will be the largest musical exhibition in history - the best tribute to Scary, Sporty, Baby, Posh and Ginger. Alan Smith-Allison, curator and organizer of the event, together with other collectors and designers from around the world created an exhibition that reflects the entire history of Spice Girls. Invaluable help in this was contributed by Liz West, which entered the Guinness Book of Records as the owner of the largest collection dedicated to "spicy girls".

The original Spice Bus, which appeared in the 1999 musical comedy "Spice World: The Movie", also will adorn the exhibition (though it will be installed outside the building). But everyone will still be able to take a drive in Spice Bus as part of a special tour from Big Bus Company. You will be offered a two-hour trip around London, accompanied by a guide-expert on Spice Girls. Needless to say, the event will be held to the appropriate music.

Location: Business Design Center, 52 Upper Street, Islington, N1 0QH. The nearest station is Angel.

Opening hours: July 28 - August 20, 2018.

Price: the ticket price starts from £10. You can buy them by clicking on the link.

For more information, visit www.spicegirls-exhibition.com.

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