The King has arrived in the capital

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The King has arrived in the capital
11th December 2014

Eurpoe's largest ever collection of memorabilia on the life of Elvis Presley is taking place at London’s O2.

The event showcases the rise of the rock 'n' roll superstar, known as 'the King' in the 1950s.

The nine-month exhibition holds more than 300 artefacts direct from the Presley family’s treasured Graceland Archives, some of which have never been exhibited outside of Memphis.

The collection includes artefacts like the singer's telephone and of course some of those spangled jumpsuits.

Luke Blackall, our very own 'king of showbiz' was live there for a preview.

He caught up with the exhibition's curator Angie Marchese.


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