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"Lazarus", by David Bowie and Enda Walsh, at the King's Cross Theatre, 22 January 2017

This Sunday afternoon, Kath and I went to see the last performance of “Lazarus”, the musical created by David Bowie and playwright Enda Walsh. You probably know that this was first performed in New York in December 2015, not long before Bowie’s death. 871 more words


Lazarus @ the King's Cross Theatre

Inspired by the book by Walter Trevis, Lazarus is a surrealist, technologically fantastical piece of musical theatre about a man names Thomas Newton who has fallen to earth, he then, meets a girl that only he can see, who is trying to figure out why she’s there to help him. 339 more words


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Lazarus at The King’s Cross Theatre

Written by Enda Walsh and David Bowie inspired by The Man Who Fell to Earth by Walter Trevis

Directed by Ivo Van Hove with design by Jan Versweyveld… 3,242 more words


The Man Who Stayed on Earth

London theatre trip (5): David Bowie and Enda Walsh: Lazarus, New York Theatre Workshop, New York City / King’s Cross Theatre, London (Director: Ivo van Hove) 715 more words


'One of the greatest ever collaborators': Enda Walsh on working with David Bowie

Now playing in London following its premiere in New York last year, new musical Lazarus marks a unique collaboration between the playwright Enda Walsh and legendary singer and songwriter David Bowie – featuring many of the latter’s most famous songs. 1,150 more words


Review Round Up: Lazarus, King's Cross Theatre

David Bowie and Enda Walsh’s musical arrives in London following a successful run in New York – but what have critics over here made of it?  329 more words


A collaboration between a musical hero for 45 years and a favourite theatre director. What could possibly go wrong? Well, an awful lot it turns out, starting with Enda Walsh’s obtuse and incoherent book. 478 more words