Bringing back the boldest, brightest and brashest decade in modern history, the Museum of Gloucester is reliving the 80s in its latest exhibition, 1980s Britain: Money Changes Everything.
Packed with new technology, momentous events and unprecedented excess, the exhibition explores the age of boom and bust in Britain and shows how it shaped the country we live in today.
It looks into our changing relationship with money, politics, fashion, music and media, including strange phenomena like the nation's obsession with the 'Who Shot J.R. Ewing?' storyline in Dallas and the iconic satirical puppet show, Spitting Image.
There's also a variety of authentic 1980s artefacts to see, from technology like a Walkman II and a Casio 4000 Digital Diary; toys including a Cabbage Patch Doll, Care Bear, My Little Pony and a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle; to games including a vintage 1980s Rubik's cube, Blockbusters board game and Neighbours collectable cards - not to mention a copy of Thriller and some of Jane Fonda's workout videos.
There are also items commemorating key events, such as the Falklands War and Prince Charles and Princess Diana's wedding, accompanied by insightful information panels packed with interesting facts about the decade.
1980s Britain: Money Changes Everything is at the Museum of Gloucester until Sunday 8 January 2023.