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Peace signs and pigtails! Our Spice World screening was so much fun

“I think that was the most fun I’ve had watching a movie,” exclaimed a guest following our Ensemble screening of Spice World on Friday night.

Truer words have never been spoken, with our voices just about recovered from the rowdy sing-along session. The moment the pre-show 90's music videos (think Jumpin' Jumpin' by Destiny's Child, Unpretty by TLC and of course, Spice Up Your Life) started playing to a raucous response, we knew we were amongst our people and in for a wild night.

To misquote Richard E. Grant’s character Clifford: the audience had fire in their eyes, hunger (or in this case, Girl Power cosmopolitans) in their bellies, and great big shoes on their feet.

If you missed out on the cameo-heavy, self-referential spectacular on Friday, or just want to relive the festivities, feast your eyes on all fun - and dress ups - that were had below. Girl Power!

Jade, Haley and Ashlee Vile. Photo / Jason Dorday
Yawynne Yem and Emma Walsh. Photo / Jason Dorday
Rosie Russell and Chanelle Clinton. Photo / Jason Dorday
Petra Marshall, Elena Coubray, Ruby MacAvoy and Lucy Moore. Photo / Jason Dorday
Amita Kala and Beatriz Carbonilla. Photo / Jason Dorday
Sian Gray and Mikaela Wilkes. Photo / Jason Dorday
Emma Wolstenholme, Maxine Tobin, Louise Levesque and Hannah Owens. Photo / Jason Dorday
Tove Spary and Kate Fowler. Photo / Jason Dorday
Lara Daly and Lexi Apostolakis. Photo / Jason Dorday
Trevor Walker and Stephanie Bixley. Photo / Jason Dorday
Roma Timpson, Charlotte Jennings and Caitlyn Jagger. Photo / Jason Dorday
Ensemble co-founders Rebecca Wadey and Zoe Walker Ahwa. Photo / Jason Dorday
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“I think that was the most fun I’ve had watching a movie,” exclaimed a guest following our Ensemble screening of Spice World on Friday night.

Truer words have never been spoken, with our voices just about recovered from the rowdy sing-along session. The moment the pre-show 90's music videos (think Jumpin' Jumpin' by Destiny's Child, Unpretty by TLC and of course, Spice Up Your Life) started playing to a raucous response, we knew we were amongst our people and in for a wild night.

To misquote Richard E. Grant’s character Clifford: the audience had fire in their eyes, hunger (or in this case, Girl Power cosmopolitans) in their bellies, and great big shoes on their feet.

If you missed out on the cameo-heavy, self-referential spectacular on Friday, or just want to relive the festivities, feast your eyes on all fun - and dress ups - that were had below. Girl Power!

Jade, Haley and Ashlee Vile. Photo / Jason Dorday
Yawynne Yem and Emma Walsh. Photo / Jason Dorday
Rosie Russell and Chanelle Clinton. Photo / Jason Dorday
Petra Marshall, Elena Coubray, Ruby MacAvoy and Lucy Moore. Photo / Jason Dorday
Amita Kala and Beatriz Carbonilla. Photo / Jason Dorday
Sian Gray and Mikaela Wilkes. Photo / Jason Dorday
Emma Wolstenholme, Maxine Tobin, Louise Levesque and Hannah Owens. Photo / Jason Dorday
Tove Spary and Kate Fowler. Photo / Jason Dorday
Lara Daly and Lexi Apostolakis. Photo / Jason Dorday
Trevor Walker and Stephanie Bixley. Photo / Jason Dorday
Roma Timpson, Charlotte Jennings and Caitlyn Jagger. Photo / Jason Dorday
Ensemble co-founders Rebecca Wadey and Zoe Walker Ahwa. Photo / Jason Dorday
Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
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Peace signs and pigtails! Our Spice World screening was so much fun

“I think that was the most fun I’ve had watching a movie,” exclaimed a guest following our Ensemble screening of Spice World on Friday night.

Truer words have never been spoken, with our voices just about recovered from the rowdy sing-along session. The moment the pre-show 90's music videos (think Jumpin' Jumpin' by Destiny's Child, Unpretty by TLC and of course, Spice Up Your Life) started playing to a raucous response, we knew we were amongst our people and in for a wild night.

To misquote Richard E. Grant’s character Clifford: the audience had fire in their eyes, hunger (or in this case, Girl Power cosmopolitans) in their bellies, and great big shoes on their feet.

If you missed out on the cameo-heavy, self-referential spectacular on Friday, or just want to relive the festivities, feast your eyes on all fun - and dress ups - that were had below. Girl Power!

Jade, Haley and Ashlee Vile. Photo / Jason Dorday
Yawynne Yem and Emma Walsh. Photo / Jason Dorday
Rosie Russell and Chanelle Clinton. Photo / Jason Dorday
Petra Marshall, Elena Coubray, Ruby MacAvoy and Lucy Moore. Photo / Jason Dorday
Amita Kala and Beatriz Carbonilla. Photo / Jason Dorday
Sian Gray and Mikaela Wilkes. Photo / Jason Dorday
Emma Wolstenholme, Maxine Tobin, Louise Levesque and Hannah Owens. Photo / Jason Dorday
Tove Spary and Kate Fowler. Photo / Jason Dorday
Lara Daly and Lexi Apostolakis. Photo / Jason Dorday
Trevor Walker and Stephanie Bixley. Photo / Jason Dorday
Roma Timpson, Charlotte Jennings and Caitlyn Jagger. Photo / Jason Dorday
Ensemble co-founders Rebecca Wadey and Zoe Walker Ahwa. Photo / Jason Dorday
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Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program

Peace signs and pigtails! Our Spice World screening was so much fun

“I think that was the most fun I’ve had watching a movie,” exclaimed a guest following our Ensemble screening of Spice World on Friday night.

Truer words have never been spoken, with our voices just about recovered from the rowdy sing-along session. The moment the pre-show 90's music videos (think Jumpin' Jumpin' by Destiny's Child, Unpretty by TLC and of course, Spice Up Your Life) started playing to a raucous response, we knew we were amongst our people and in for a wild night.

To misquote Richard E. Grant’s character Clifford: the audience had fire in their eyes, hunger (or in this case, Girl Power cosmopolitans) in their bellies, and great big shoes on their feet.

If you missed out on the cameo-heavy, self-referential spectacular on Friday, or just want to relive the festivities, feast your eyes on all fun - and dress ups - that were had below. Girl Power!

Jade, Haley and Ashlee Vile. Photo / Jason Dorday
Yawynne Yem and Emma Walsh. Photo / Jason Dorday
Rosie Russell and Chanelle Clinton. Photo / Jason Dorday
Petra Marshall, Elena Coubray, Ruby MacAvoy and Lucy Moore. Photo / Jason Dorday
Amita Kala and Beatriz Carbonilla. Photo / Jason Dorday
Sian Gray and Mikaela Wilkes. Photo / Jason Dorday
Emma Wolstenholme, Maxine Tobin, Louise Levesque and Hannah Owens. Photo / Jason Dorday
Tove Spary and Kate Fowler. Photo / Jason Dorday
Lara Daly and Lexi Apostolakis. Photo / Jason Dorday
Trevor Walker and Stephanie Bixley. Photo / Jason Dorday
Roma Timpson, Charlotte Jennings and Caitlyn Jagger. Photo / Jason Dorday
Ensemble co-founders Rebecca Wadey and Zoe Walker Ahwa. Photo / Jason Dorday
Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
No items found.

“I think that was the most fun I’ve had watching a movie,” exclaimed a guest following our Ensemble screening of Spice World on Friday night.

Truer words have never been spoken, with our voices just about recovered from the rowdy sing-along session. The moment the pre-show 90's music videos (think Jumpin' Jumpin' by Destiny's Child, Unpretty by TLC and of course, Spice Up Your Life) started playing to a raucous response, we knew we were amongst our people and in for a wild night.

To misquote Richard E. Grant’s character Clifford: the audience had fire in their eyes, hunger (or in this case, Girl Power cosmopolitans) in their bellies, and great big shoes on their feet.

If you missed out on the cameo-heavy, self-referential spectacular on Friday, or just want to relive the festivities, feast your eyes on all fun - and dress ups - that were had below. Girl Power!

Jade, Haley and Ashlee Vile. Photo / Jason Dorday
Yawynne Yem and Emma Walsh. Photo / Jason Dorday
Rosie Russell and Chanelle Clinton. Photo / Jason Dorday
Petra Marshall, Elena Coubray, Ruby MacAvoy and Lucy Moore. Photo / Jason Dorday
Amita Kala and Beatriz Carbonilla. Photo / Jason Dorday
Sian Gray and Mikaela Wilkes. Photo / Jason Dorday
Emma Wolstenholme, Maxine Tobin, Louise Levesque and Hannah Owens. Photo / Jason Dorday
Tove Spary and Kate Fowler. Photo / Jason Dorday
Lara Daly and Lexi Apostolakis. Photo / Jason Dorday
Trevor Walker and Stephanie Bixley. Photo / Jason Dorday
Roma Timpson, Charlotte Jennings and Caitlyn Jagger. Photo / Jason Dorday
Ensemble co-founders Rebecca Wadey and Zoe Walker Ahwa. Photo / Jason Dorday
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Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program

Peace signs and pigtails! Our Spice World screening was so much fun

“I think that was the most fun I’ve had watching a movie,” exclaimed a guest following our Ensemble screening of Spice World on Friday night.

Truer words have never been spoken, with our voices just about recovered from the rowdy sing-along session. The moment the pre-show 90's music videos (think Jumpin' Jumpin' by Destiny's Child, Unpretty by TLC and of course, Spice Up Your Life) started playing to a raucous response, we knew we were amongst our people and in for a wild night.

To misquote Richard E. Grant’s character Clifford: the audience had fire in their eyes, hunger (or in this case, Girl Power cosmopolitans) in their bellies, and great big shoes on their feet.

If you missed out on the cameo-heavy, self-referential spectacular on Friday, or just want to relive the festivities, feast your eyes on all fun - and dress ups - that were had below. Girl Power!

Jade, Haley and Ashlee Vile. Photo / Jason Dorday
Yawynne Yem and Emma Walsh. Photo / Jason Dorday
Rosie Russell and Chanelle Clinton. Photo / Jason Dorday
Petra Marshall, Elena Coubray, Ruby MacAvoy and Lucy Moore. Photo / Jason Dorday
Amita Kala and Beatriz Carbonilla. Photo / Jason Dorday
Sian Gray and Mikaela Wilkes. Photo / Jason Dorday
Emma Wolstenholme, Maxine Tobin, Louise Levesque and Hannah Owens. Photo / Jason Dorday
Tove Spary and Kate Fowler. Photo / Jason Dorday
Lara Daly and Lexi Apostolakis. Photo / Jason Dorday
Trevor Walker and Stephanie Bixley. Photo / Jason Dorday
Roma Timpson, Charlotte Jennings and Caitlyn Jagger. Photo / Jason Dorday
Ensemble co-founders Rebecca Wadey and Zoe Walker Ahwa. Photo / Jason Dorday
Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
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