Michael Jackson: The Official Exhibition (London) Reviews
Description:Address: The O2 / Peninsula Square / London / SE10 0DX / England
Newest Review: ... presuming it would be a long afternoon. Amongst the four of us attending, we have a diehard, all round MJ fan, an MJ music fan, and 3 of us who liked his music but didn't care that much. The exhibition was held in the O2 Bubble, which is quite a bit area and we had been in to it before, so we were expecting the exhibition to be quite large. I think you may already be able to tell by my ... more
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by - written on 07/04/10 (Very useful, 118 readings)
In January three others and myself decided to visit the Michael Jackson exhibition, we had originally booked tickets to see his 'This is it' show in London's O2 so decided to visit the exhibition and see what we would have missed. The exhibition was advertised as a behind the scenes of 'This is it' and an idea of stage sets, props and costumes. The tickets cost £19 each with a service charge totalling £20.50 per adult. You can buy tickets through ticketmaster, the O2's chosen ticket agent. Postage is then added to the total of your order. We decided to drive to the O2 on the day of the exhibition (due to the snow it was extremely quiet) ... Read the complete review
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