You know that feeling of unbridled joy and energy you get in the opening scene of The Lion King when you scream "Naaaants een-vwen-yaaaaaaa ma-ba-gee-chi-ba-va" (or some variation thereof) as baby Simba is hoisted up by Rafiki? That's why you should pay to see the Spice World: The Movie not only at the cinema, but at the drive-in. Even though you've seen it a million times, you have it on DVD and Blu-ray (for some reason), and on a USB drive that's permanently in the TV, you should still grab a car full of pals and buy a ticket.
The sheer thrill that you'll feel when rows and rows of vehicles filled with adult women come alive with screams of "you gotta, you gotta, you gotta, you gotta SLAM SLAM SLAM SLAM" will be an experience like no other, even if you've been to other sing-a-long sessions of the film before. The joy of sharing, nostalgia, sing-screaming, choc tops and dressing up like it's 1997 are all rolled into one event for the 20th anniversary screening of Spice World. It all takes place at the Yatala Drive-In on April 21, so pick your best Spice Girl outfit and snap up a ticket while you can.