It follows the very well-attended exhibition at the Groninger Museum
In the month of May Groningen once again will be under the influence of David Bowie. Earlier there was a large exhibition in the Groninger Museum dedicated to the deceased British rock star, and now the musical Lazarus is coming to Groningen.
The masterpiece by pop icon David Bowie can be seen in MartiniPlaza from 13 to 31 May. “It is fantastic that Groningen soon will be Bowie-city again,” said MartiniPlaza director Willem de Kok on Monday afternoon during a press presentation, reports the Groninger Internet Courant (GIC.nl).
Both producer Albert Verlinde from Amsterdam and the cast of the musical visited the Groninger Museum on Monday for a press preview of the show, which was awarded four awards last year, including that of Best Major Musical. The show also received rave reviews in the press.
In the 1973 film “The Man Who Fell To Earth” David Bowie played the role of Thomas Newton. Lazarus starts where the film ends: in Thomas Newton’s apartment.
More information is available via the MartiniPlaza. Tickets are available from 39 euros.
Images via the MartiniPlaza. Photo by Bjorn Eerkes- the cast at the Groninger Museum