Relive rock history with Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars

On 3rd July 1973, David Bowie played his last concert as Ziggy Stardust. Relive one of the most important moments in rock history on the big screen at Vue.

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.