All the hits from A to Ziggy! The Bowie Experience comes to Preston

6 Dec 2018 04:21

Coming to Preston Guild Hall on Friday 25th January is the ultimate tribute to the legendary David Bowie and his music. It's the Bowie Experience!

Bowie Experience has become the world's favourite and most authentic tribute to the thin white duke and continues to amaze audiences across the globe. The ultimate tribute show, the Bowie Experience cast pay great attention to the sound and feel of the music, all performed with the same accuracy, passion, energy and verve of the thin duke himself. Complete with authentic costumes and iconic stage set projections, the show is invited to perform at festivals and theatres all over the world.

"We pride ourselves on doing the music justice," says Laurence Knight, who plays Bowie in the show. "We aim to faithfully recreate the sound and vision that made Bowie's songs so timeless."

Laurence is a vocalist, actor and multi-instrumentalist who has performed all over globe during the past eighteen years of touring. With performances at the official 'David Bowie Is" Exhibition at the V&A London, The Royal Albert Hall and alongside The Cure, Boney M, Roy Wood, and the Boomtown Rats. Joined by his amazing co-cast members, the world's number 1 celebration of David Bowie recreates the magic of Bowie with all the hits from A to Ziggy including Space Oddity, Starman, Fashion, Life on Mars, China Girl, Rebel Rebel, Golden Years, Modern Love, All the Young Dudes, Let's Dance, Heroes and Absolute Beginners.

With a multi decade spanning career, the late, great David Bowie is recognised as one of the UK's most influential and radical musical exports. His first hit was the song "Space Oddity" in 1969. The original pop chameleon, Bowie became a fantastical sci-fi character for his breakout Ziggy Stardust album. He later co-writes "Fame" with Carlos Alomar and John Lennon which became his first American No. 1 single in 1975.

1980 saw the release of 'Scary Monsters', an album that looked to update Bowies original 'Space Oddity'. Three years later saw the lease of 'Let's Dance'. The 90s saw Bowie create a side-project with musicians Reeves Gabrels, Tony Fox Sales and Hunt Sales known as 'Tin Machine' which went on to sell two-million albums.

Bowie sadly passed away on January 10, 2016 much to the dismay of his fans and those he had influenced throughout the years. Join the Bowie Experience for a celebration of true legends amazing career.

The Bowie Experience comes to Preston Guild Hall on Friday 25th January. Tickets can be bought online or through the Box Office on 01772 804444.

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