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Lazarus opens tonight

on December 07, 2015


“I will see you in the sky tonight”


Here’s a traditional 'Break a leg' to the cast and crew on the opening night of Lazarus.

Public performances begin this evening at the New York Theatre Workshop (NYTW) and the play will continue through to January 17th.

A limited number of last-minute tickets for select performances are being released by the theatre. Check for availability by following NYTW on Twitter @NYTW79 and by keeping an eye on the NYTW website.


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Taschen Bowie book 2016 price increase

on December 06, 2015


“I was quick on the ball”


If you’ve been deliberating over Taschen’s superb Mick Rock book: The Rise of David Bowie, 1972–1973, you may want to consider purchasing it before the new year.

As is normal with these limited editions, the price increases as stock is depleted and this one is no exception. On January 1st, the cost of the book will rise by approximately 43%, from $700 to $1,000.

Limited to a total of 1,972 numbered copies signed by David Bowie and Mick Rock, the book is available as Collector’s Edition (No.

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Dick Cavett Show broadcast on this day in 1974

on December 05, 2015


“Gee my life’s a funny thing”


Taped in New York for ABC TV, David Bowie’s appearance on The Dick Cavett Show was first broadcast on December 5th 1974.

Following Cavett’s introduction to a very appreciative audience, Bowie performed 1984 and Young Americans. This was followed by the interview, which, if you’ve never seen it, is not going to be done justice by trying to describe it here. The show ended with a performance of Footstompin'. Can You Hear Me was also taped but not broadcast.

It’s a wonderful bit of TV and a much-loved snapshot of a transitional period for Bowie (wasn't every

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Lazarus photo spread in New York magazine

on December 02, 2015


“New York’s a go-go”


The current issue of New York magazine (November 30th - December 13) has a double-page spread of pictures from Lazarus rehearsals taken by Jan Versweyveld.

The photos accompany a brief piece by Rebecca Milzoff, in which she talks to director Ivo van Hove. Here’s an excerpt...


Lazarus picks up the story of alien visitor Thomas Newton (played by Michael C. Hall) 30 years after the events of the 1976 sci-fi film The Man Who Fell to Earth (which starred Bowie). Of the 20 Bowie songs used, four are new compositions.

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Exclusive December Duffy offer for BowieNetters

on December 01, 2015


“When I looked in his eyes they were blue but nobody home”


The Duffy Archive has been in touch with another generous offer of two exclusive prints for BowieNetters.

Swipe/scroll (or click on the little dots) for the other print on offer and to see the two Duffy/Bowie cards offered free to the first twenty customers.

Remember if you’re ordering for Christmas, international orders would need to be dispatched by December 10th to arrive in time.

Here are the details followed by the link.


The Duffy Archive are proud to announce two new prints exclusively offered to fans for Christmas.