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Show notes

Running time: 2 hours

Booking from: 25 Oct 2016

Booking until: 22 Jan 2017


The Show
This sequel to The Man Who Fell to Earth which was based on the novel by Walter Tevis and was adapted into a film in 1976 starring David Bowie, tells the continuing story of Thomas Newton an alien visitor to Earth who is unable to die and is tormented by a past love. The arrival of a new visitor has a profound effect on Newton with the possibility of redemption for him. This new production features a fantastic soundtrack of hits including songs written specifically for the show by David Bowie who also wrote the play in conjunction with Enda Walsh.

History of the show
One of the best kept secrets on Broadway a large amount of the details of the production were kept under wraps until its first preview in November 2015, finally opening to the public on the 7th of December. Tickets to the entire run sold out within hours and the initial production run was extended until the 20th of January and a London production of the show was announced in July 2016. Ivo Van Hove will direct the show with many of the Broadway cast returning to reprise their roles including Michael C Hall, Sophia Anne Caruso and Michael Esper.

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Awards and what the critics say
"Wild, fantastical, eye-popping. A surrealistic tour de force." - Rolling Stone
..."Ice-bolts of ecstasy shoot like novas through the fabulous muddle and murk of Lazarus, the great-sounding, great-looking and mind numbing new musical built around songs by David Bowie." New York Times

Theatre details

King`s Cross Theatre (South Entrance)

King`s Cross Theatre (South Entrance)
Kingâ??s Boulevard by Battlebridge Place


Kings Cross station is 6 minute walk (483 metres)


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King`s Cross Theatre (South Entrance)
Kingâ??s Boulevard by Battlebridge Place

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