The eagerly anticipated exhibition is finally in London and open to the public – but what have the critics made of it? 

The Guardian: ****Michael Hann found that: “fans will be thrilled by the chance to see clothes and objects at first hand that they’ve seen a million times in videos and films.”

The Independent:**** Adam Sherwin predicted: ” future generations will seek it out to discover just what this “rock n’ roll” that entranced their grandparents was all about.”

The Mirror: Halina Watts said: “this exhibition brings to life the most rock and roll band of the 21st century.”

The Telegraph: ****Mark Hudson commented: “Whatever misgivings you may have about the Rolling Stones, this show will make you realise how much you’ve had them in your life.”

Time Out: *** Oliver Keens wrote: “While Exhibitionism is as big and brash as the band itself, at times Exhibitionism veers toward the obscure and trivial.”

The Upcoming: ****Edward Till thought that: “So while Exhibitionism presents an uneven mixture of trivial and profound material, it also feels very true to the charming contradictions of the band’s identity.”

Love London Love Culture: “It is a great tribute to a band that shows no signs of slowing down just yet.”

Londonist: **** Will Noble said: “For a show that oozes rock and roll, there’s scant sex and drugs. ”

City A.M: ***** Steve Hogarty called it: “An essential experience for anyone with even the barest interest in rock music, it will leave you energised.”

The Arts Desk:****Tim Cumming said: “If you’re a Stones fan you’ll immerse yourself fully and luxuriously in Exhibitionism, though prices are pretty steep for those more casually interested.”

Exhibitionism runs at the Saatchi Gallery until the 4th September. To book tickets visit: Ticketmaster.co.uk, Discount Theatre.com, Red Letter Days, Theatre Tickets Direct.co.uk, Love Theatre.com, Theatre People.com and UK Tickets.co.uk.

 

 

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