In 1973, while performing at the Hammersmith Odeon in full Ziggy Stardust attire, David Bowie made a shock announcement. “It’s the last show we’ll ever do”, he said, signaling the end of Ziggy Stardust – the ego-loaded, alien persona that he had embodied.
We’re showing the recorded concert for one night only on 7th March in Dolby Surround and pin-sharp, 4K quality – so you won’t miss a moment from "Hang Onto Yourself" to "Rock and Roll Suicide", or a single glimmer of glitter.
Directed by pioneering rock filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker, Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars is not only a concert film, but a documentary that captures Bowie and his band backstage on that legendary night back in 1973.
We’ll also be showing a film produced by MOJO magazine exclusively for this screening, which features Editor-In-Chief Phil Alexander in conversation with The Spiders from Mars drummer Woody Woodmansey.
Every attendee will receive a special copy of MOJO magazine – which Bowie guest edited in 2002 – fully documenting the Ziggy-era, and which will also feature an exclusive David Bowie/Spiders from Mars collectors’ cover.
Ziggy Stardust was literally out of this world. To see him perform was a one in a lifetime experience. An experience that has now been brought to the big screen. Don’t miss out.
Get your tickets here.