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Last Chance to see Michael Clark at the MCA

on October 27, 2014


“Well she’s come, been and gone”


Tonight’s performance of the Michael Clark Company’s extraordinary come, been and gone is the third and final chance you have to see it during David Bowie is at the MCA.

There are still tickets left so if you are able to make it, you really should try to get along.

There are still plenty more exciting Bowie related events to come at the MCA, so don't forget to keep an eye on the events page.

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Bowie soundtrack for Angels In America

on October 23, 2014


““You know who I am,” he said”


Vanity Fair posted a piece by Michelle Memran today, titled: Tony Kushner Gives Rave Review of Stripped-Down, David Bowie-ized Production of Angels in America.

That pretty much explains the angle of the article, but here’s the intro to further expand.


Tonight Tony Kushner will be seated in BAM Harvey Theater, at the Next Wave Festival, watching a radical restaging of his Pulitzer Prize–winning play, Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes, by the innovative Belgian director Ivo van Hove.

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CAS presents Hunky Dory with Ken Scott

on October 23, 2014


“Listen to me, don’t listen to me”


November 17 is turning out to be a busy day for Bowie fans, particularly for those in London on the day.

Aside from the release of Nothing Has Changed – The Very Best of Bowie and the single Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime), there’s also the do at Curzon Soho we told you about yesterday. (See previous item)

And now Classic Album Sundays presents (on a Monday), David Bowie’s Hunky Dory with the album’s producer Ken Scott at Brilliant Corners on the same evening as the Curzon presentation.

It’s the second time CAS has featured Hunky Dory, but this time around

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David Bowie is special at the Curzon Soho

on October 22, 2014


“Screening above Central London”


The Curzon in London’s Soho are marking the release of Nothing Has Changed – The Very Best of Bowie on November 17 with a special screening of the documentary film, David Bowie is.

The film’s director, Hamish Hamilton, will also be present for a post-screening discussion/Q&A.

As if this wasn’t enough, the Curzon will also host a Bowie look-alike contest for which the winner will receive a bulging Bowie goody bag, including stuff money can’t buy, probably.

Anyway, tickets are already on sale so best get a wriggle on if you don’t want to miss out.

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Pretty Green and Mick Rock create Bowie T-shirts

on October 20, 2014


“But the Pretty Green Tees are following me”


Pretty Green, the menswear label founded by Liam Gallagher, has teamed up with Mick Rock to create a range of five T-shirts featuring iconic Ziggy era Bowie images.

The Pretty Green Mick Rock David Bowie T-shirt collection will be available to buy from Pretty Green’s online store in limited numbers from 31st October, priced at £95 each.

Scroll the images here to view larger versions of each shirt. We’ll leave you with the blurb from the press release.


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