And you thought David Bowie had left the mortal coil.

Well next month at the Astor Theatre, the revered artist will come alive again, through Australian performer Cameron Charters in his Bowie: Ashes to Ashes tour.

In what’s being hailed as a spectacular two hour show, Charters will sing with a live band, fabulous costumes and state-of-the-art vision and lighting. He’ll be performing Heroes, Starman, Ashes to Ashes, Ziggy Stardust, Golden Years, Rebel Rebel, Modern Love, Dancing in the Street, China Girl, Sound and Vision, Young Americans, Let’s Dance, The Jean Genie and many more.



“Bowie wasn’t just a musician, he was also an artist and visionary in the highest sense. In order to do him justice, we’ve made every effort to ensure the show is a real spectacle for the senses!” says Charters.

Adds director John Van Grinsven, “While developing the show, we were acutely aware of the huge task ahead – capturing such an enigmatic character as Bowie and creating a show that would encompass the immense contribution he made to music, art and popular culture over a 50-year career.”



The Starfish has a double pass to give away to a lucky reader to the show, on May 5 at the Astor. To be in the running, just Like this post on FB, and send us an email, with your name and address
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