Wannabe - The Spice Girls Show(UK)

Thu 11 Aug 2022
Event Passed

Date / Time

Doors 7:00PM
Licensed All Ages
Start 8:00PM


Reserved Seating
Licensed All Ages


From $75

Event Passed

Stop right now! Thank you very much. It's time to Spice Up Your Life like it's 1996.

Wannabe - The Spice Girls Show is the world’s biggest touring theatre production inspired by THE SPICE GIRLS, officially the No.1 Bestselling Girl Group of all time!

WANNABE turns back the clock 20+ years to when Sporty, Scary, Ginger, Baby and Posh ruled the GLOBAL pop world. The show follows the Spice Girls’ glittering careers from their first No. 1 to the Spice reunion when they performed at the 2012 London Olympics Opening Ceremony. 

WANNABE features classic costumes, unique vocal & musical arrangements, iconic dance routines and spectacular visual flair. Expect to hear your favourite hits including: Wannabe, Viva Forever, 2 Become 1, Who Do You Think You Are, Mama and the Girls’ solo singles - from I Turn To You (Mel ‘Sporty’ C) to the show-stopping It’s Raining Men (Geri ‘Ginger’ Halliwell).

THIS IS A LICENSED ALL AGES EVENT. Patrons aged 15-17 years can attend this event unaccompanied. It is recommended patrons aged 14 years and under attend with an adult/parent or guardian. There are a limited number of All Ages tickets available. 
Those with an All Ages ticket will be in a unlicensed area on the mezzanine which has a limited capacity, and those with a 18+ ticket will be downstairs on the main level in a fully licensed area. Parents or Guardians wishing to accompany minors in the unlicensed area must be in possession of an All Ages ticket.
“...Wannabe: The Spice Girls Show is a vibrant showstopper. Its high yet sensible production value keeps the intensity and audience inclusiveness of a concert by letting the audience feel like the band’s own entourage. It’s smart, versatile staging literally keeps the show all about the spice by silhouetting each member in their own spotlight, backlit by neon lights. Any true fan will jump from their seat at the end of each number.” - Theatre Weekly