Categories NewsPosted on

Spiceworld: The Exhibition

To coincide with the 20th Anniversary of the Spice Girls hit single, Wannabe, Watford Colosseum will be hosting an exhibition dedicated to the 90's pop phenomenon The Spice Girls.

To coincide with the 20th Anniversary of the Spice Girls hit single, Wannabe, Watford Colosseum will be hosting an exhibition dedicated to the 90’s pop phenomenon The Spice Girls.
Spiceworld: The Exhibition celebrates the story of how Sporty, Baby, Scary, Posh and Watford’s own Ginger became the most successful girl group of all time and enjoyed phenomenal global success. The basis for the exhibition is the Guinness World Record breaking collection of artist and curator Liz West, who is the foremost collector of Spice Girls memorabilia and merchandise in the World. The collection has been given a special seal of approval – by Scary Spice, Mel B herself – “I really hope that everyone will like this exhibition. It is truly an honour to have such an extensive collection of our past be brought out for everyone to enjoy.”

Spiceworld: The Exhibition will be open in Geri’s hometown, Watford, from 7 July to 7 August, during Watford Colosseum’s standard opening hours (Mon – Sat 12pm – 4pm and 2 hours before a performance). The exhibition is free to attend and tickets do not need to be purchased in advance.

You can pre-order the Spiceworld: The Exhibition catalogue and collect it on the day of you visit. This 100-page paperback catalogue by Nicholas Oddy (Foreword), Liz West (Author), Marek Romaniszyn (Contributor), Matt West (Designer), and Ben Barker (Photographer), is filled with fantastic full colour photography of costumes and memorabilia. It also contains an interview with Liz West, the super-fan who this entire collection personally belongs to.





For more info:
Join the event on Facebook

Seen this week

Categories ArtPosted on

Drawing Under the Influence: Hayden Kays’ DRINK DRAWINGS

Well, this is refreshing – in every sense of the word. SEEN hears that artist Hayden Kays is feeling hung-over ahead of the opening for his first solo exhibition of 2018. The clue is in the title: “Drink Drawings” – a new show at For.Fuk.Sake on March 29th consisting of a series of intoxicating illustrations, …

Categories MusicPosted on

Port Cities play the Slaughtered Lamb

Canadian band PORT CITIES are still bathing in the afterglow of November’s Nova Scotia Music Week, where they scooped no less than five awards, including album of the year, digital artist of the year and entertainer of the year. SEEN has certainly been enjoying their beautiful vocals. In light of such accolades then, its only …

Categories ArtPosted on

My Furry Lady: the Art of Marion Peck at Dorothy Circus Gallery

SEEN can safely say that there is nowhere quite like Dorothy Circus Gallery in Notting Hill. It is the very antithesis of the white, clinical art gallery that abounds in the capital. From the beautiful yet disquieting pop surrealist art that is the passion of gallery director Alexandra Mazzanti, to the welcoming gallery itself complete …