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Get ready to spice up your life as the Spice Girls movie is making a return to cinemas for one night only next month. Yep, we're as excited as you are.
Spice World, which was originally released in 1997, will be hitting around 60 cinemas across the UK on Saturday, 15th June to celebrate the on-stage reunion of Sport, Scary, Baby and Ginger Spice (although no Posh though).
Thanks to Ourscreen and Universal Pictures, cinemas up and down the country will show the iconic movie, and you don't need to have bagged yourself a ticket for the reunion tour to relive all the nostalgia from both the film and the 90s girl band.
The screenings of Spice World won't be a normal cinema experience, says the company in a press release, as singing and dancing along will be "actively encouraged".
Spice World will return towards the end of the band's first music tour in over 10 years, and will coincide with Mel B, Mel C, Geri Horner and Emma Bunton's Wembley gig on the same day in London.
There will also be a special midday screening in capital ahead of the concert to give fans a chance to get in the Spice Girls spirit.
Prices for tickets to see the film begin at £4.99 and must be booked in advance.
Ticket costs do vary between across the country, depending on the cinema. You can view a full price list for all of the cinemas showing the film or book here.
There is also a select number of tickets available for each screening, so make sure you get your skates on to avoid disappointment.
Screenings are either 6pm, 7pm, 8.30pm, 8.45pm, except the special midday screening at Moving Pictures Cinema, London. You could even go all out and stay in the Spice Girls bus for the night.