Stop right now because on Wednesday 14 February Live Reel is bringing you a live script reading of Spice World, the story for the ages.
Paint your eyes blue, don your leopard print and fasten your seat belt because the ride ahead is wild. Spice World, the lighthearted musical comedy originally made by The Spice Girls, played by The Spice Girls, ironically won't be curated by The Spice Girls but rather Eli Matthewson and Chris Parker of the Male Gayz podcast.
Complete with lip syncs of all their greatest hits and hopefully more than enough zig-a-zig-ah, this is a Wednesday night you'll want to spend not in your pyjamas. Expect a shit load of girl power, platform sneakers that make big feet look even bigger and pop culture references that will make you think it's 1997 again, in your childhood bedroom, leaving lipstick stains on your favourite Marky Mark poster.
Early bird tickets go on sale Thursday 8 February at 4pm. Alternatively, entry is free, just pay what you think it was worth as you leave (just be aware that many other people may get out of their normal pyjama routine to view the magic too).
Be there at 8pm, BYO Union Jack ensemble. Don't be a wannabe, just say you'll be there.