In 1997, the biggest selling album in the world was Spice by the Spice Girls. Wherever you went — from to New Zealand to Latvia to Lebanon — you couldn't escape thinking about what you really, really wanted, or about what happens when 2 Become 1. After all, Spice topped the charts in no fewer than 17 nations and sold 19 million copies.
Now, it's time for you step into the spotlight. Over two nights, as part of its Sideshow Festival, much-loved live music venue The Newsagency is hosting Spice: A Singalong. You're invited to dig out your coolest crop tops, your most multi-coloured lycra and your sexiest stilettos, and belt out the biggest pop hits of the 90s. Leading proceedings will be a quintet made up of five local vocal talents: Libby Wood, Alison Avron, Steph Kerby, Benjamin Kiehne and Sepora.
Spice: A Singalong sold out when held as part of the Sydney Comedy Festival, so get your tix quick. To nab yourself a discount, book in a group of five or grab a ticket for the Britney singalong at the same time.