“Wild, Fantastical, Eye-popping. A surrealistic tour de force.” Rolling Stone Magazine
David Bowie’s musical Lazarus opens at the King’s Cross Theatre this October. The show originally premiered off-Broadway in the final weeks of Bowie’s life. Michael C Hall, best known for his role as the moonlighting serial killer in Dexter, and Michael Esper (A Beautiful Mind) reprise their roles from the original New York production.
Devised with and directed by Ivo van Hove, and co-written by Enda Walsh, the musical is a sequel to The Man Who Fell To Earth. Lazarus is predictably abstract but compelling, and a must-watch for Bowie fans. The soundtrack is a goldmine of 70s Bowie hits, plus a few tracks penned solely for the stage show.
The London production opens on Tuesday 25 October and runs until Saturday 21 January 2017, at the Kings Cross Theatre. Tickets are on sale now.
The theatre entrance is located on King’s Boulevard, directly outside King’s Cross Underground Station entrance.
Tickets are between £15 and £150. Times are as follows:
Tuesday to Friday, 8pm
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday matinees, 3pm
The show is approximately 2 hours long. There is no interval.