A new Spice Girls exhibition is coming to the UK next month.
The iconic ’90s girl group formed in 1994 and released three studio albums and a movie, before splitting in 2000.
SPICEUP is described as “the biggest touring exhibition of Spice Girls memorabilia in the world.” It includes costume pieces, merchandise and other memorabilia, while the official website promises “other activities and events” taking place during the exhibition’s run, including a bus tour and dance classes.
Fans will also be able to go inside the Spice Bus, which was featured in the movie Spice World, for the first time ever.
SPICEUP will visit both London’s Business Design Centre in Angel (July 28-August 20) and Manchester’s Manchester Central (August 20-September 4). Tickets cost £10 for adults and £5 for children, students and OAPs.
Meanwhile, earlier this year rumours surrounding the return of the Spice Girls suggested the band would heading out on tour as well as recording new music. Victoria Beckham later appeared to clarify the group’s plans, saying: “There is no tour, no more music from the Spice Girls, but it was just great getting together with them.”
However, Mel B went on to suggest this wasn’t the case. “We are in the works of figuring the stuff out,” she said during an appearance on Loose Women. “I don’t want to say too much, but all five of us have signed with Simon Fuller. It’s all very exciting.”