The final day of the event saw crowds queuing down the street to get a glimpse of the show, which was curated by photographer Lawrence Watson.
The main attraction was a life-sized recreation of the flat featured on the cover of the 1994 Definitely Maybe album.
Event lighting specialists Aurora Multimedia was hired to create an effect of sunlight streaming into the space. Visitors were encouraged to photograph themselves in the faux living room.
Guests could also watch unseen footage of the band and peruse a range of memorabilia, including photographs, lyrics sheets and instruments.
Jo-Ann Thorn, managing director of Aurora Multimedia, told Event: "We often work with clients from the music, art and fashion industries, but when the band concerned is as legendary as Oasis, we knew we had to do them justice and get everything right.
"It was a real pleasure working with Lawrence and his team and great to see thousands of people enjoying the show and posting positive reviews. I was particularly pleased to read the daylight effect in the living room set had been noticed which was one of our main challenges."
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