If you've ever wondered what being a fan of a band is like, well, there's no way you can miss out on the new SpiceUp Exhibition in London. You can admire costumes from various world tours and video appearances, dolls, flasks, lunch boxes, plates, cups, Christmas crackers, toys, biscuits and cushions. There are also cake toppers, jigsaws, radios, magazines, Easter eggs, Pepsi cans, drinking glasses, handbags, three Aprilia mopeds and dozens of packets of Walkers crisps. Whether you've ever sang out loud wannabe in the 90s (or still do). Here's a little photogallery of the exhibition. SpiceUp London ends August 20th. Get your tickets here.
Are you a fan of Super Heroes and Super Villains? So why not going to the DC Exhibition: Dawn of Super Heroes in London? A full immersion into the world of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Joker, Suicide Squad and The Penguin and Mr. Freeze. Here 5 reasons why you shouldn't miss this heroic exhibition: The Costumes 2. The History 3. The Comics 4. The Sketches 5. The Shop The DC Exhibition: Dawn of Super Superheroes opens until September 9th at the O2. You can get tickets here.
Words and pictures: Marija Tomsone | Subbing: Isabella Dawe As Serbian poet and philosopher Dejan Stojanovic once said: “Absolute equals nothingness”. We are not sure this quote was the source for inspiration behind this particular exhibition, but it definitely made us think of it. The Voice of London Entertainment presents: Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Theatre Series within his collection of photographic works named Snow White. Hiroshi Sugimoto is an award-winning Japanese photographer, who has his own recognizable style. He is the creator of the catalogue made of a number of photographic series, every one of which has similar themes and features. This year Sugimoto brought his Theatre Series - a collection where he captures drive-in, abandoned and Italian opera theatres. “What’s so special abou