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27 April 2019
Saturday 27 April 2019
7.30pm - 9.30pm
LCpl Joel Halliwell VC Way
On January 10th 2016, the world lost a great music legend, David Bowie. The legacy he left his fans is a superb catalogue of music from a stellar 40+ year career.
In an authentic celebration and salute to David Bowie, aka Ziggy Stardust and the Thin White Duke, the UK's No. 1 David Bowie tribute show ULTIMATE BOWIE starring Ed Blaney will transport you across the golden years of Bowie, from Spaceboy to Superstar.
A performer who easily commands the eyes of the audience every moment he is on stage, Ed blends past and present, showing the many sides of Bowie’s personality. Precise attention to detail has been taken under Ed’s musical direction of his seven-piece band through to the costumes he wears to "recreate" Bowie in spectacular style.
Ed Blaney's ULTIMATE BOWIE delivers a stunning two-hour show of Bowie classics, from "Space Oddity" to "Let's Dance" to David's latest massive hit "Blackstar".
Doors: 7pm, show starts: 7.30pm
You can book online or by contacting the box office on the contact number provided below.
Entry fee: Tickets £20, Concessions £18
Contact: Middleton Arena Box Office
0300 303 8633
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