The British Music Experience museum, in Liverpool, will present the temporary exhibition “Girl Power!  Spice Girls at 30“, which traces the history of one of the most important girl bands in British history.

In March 1994, an ad ran in The Stage asking: “Are you clever, outgoing, ambitious and able to sing and dance?” The rest is history. The Spice Girls’ debut single “Wannabe” topped the charts in 31 countries in 1996, they sold 80 million records and had nine number one singles in the UK.

The exhibition celebrates the story of how Sporty, Baby, Scary, Ginger and Posh became one of the most successful girl groups and enjoyed global success.


Girl Power!  Spice Girls at 30 will be on display from February 7, 2024 to September 8, 2024 and will tell the story of the band through costumes from the extraordinary collection of Liz West, the largest collector of Spice Girls memorabilia and merchandise in the world.

Liz’s Guinness World Record-breaking collection includes many iconic outfits handmade by international designers or specially commissioned by the Spice Girls. She started the collection at the age of 11 and has all kinds of accessories for fans of the group.


Where: The British Music Experience en Cunard Building, Canada Blvd, Liverpool L3 1DS, Reino Unido

How much: Tickets cost £10 and are on sale now on their website.


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