Lazarus Theatre Breaks

Lazarus at the Kings Cross theatre are no longer available to book

Lazarus Theatre Breaks London Theatre Breaks

David Bowie and Enda Walsh’s musical version of The Man Who Fell to Earth was revived on the London stage following a sold-out run at the New York theatre in 2015.

The original stars – Michael C Hall, Michael Esper and Sophia Anne Caruso –  reprised their roles at London Kings Coross theatre. Hall will be recognisable to TV viewers as the star of dark comedies Dexter and Six Feet Under.

Directed by Olivier and Tony Award-winning Ivo van Hove, Lazarus Theatre Breaks was a collaboration between the late Bowie and playwright Walsh, who also wrote the stage adaptation of Once.

Inspired by Walter Tevis’ book The Man Who Fell To Earth, which Bowie starred in the 1976 film version, the musical follows the story of Thomas Newton, who seemingly unable to die is destined to remain on Earth. However, the arrival of another lost soul might, finally, be able to set him free.

Featuring a Bowie musical score Lazarus Theatre Breaks it was one not to miss!

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Lazarus Theatre Breaks Information File


Theatre: Kings Cross theatre, Corner of King’s Boulevard & Good’s Way, King’s Cross, London N1
Nearest tube station: Kings Cross on Piccadilly, Victoria, Northern, Metropolitan and Circle lines
Opened: 25th October 2016
Booking to : No longer booking
Performance times: Tuesday to Friday at 20:00; Saturday at 20:30, Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday at 15:00
Audience suitability : The performance is suitable for children aged 12 and older. Children under 8 years old will not be admitted.

Closest Hotels : With an indoor swimming pool the 4 star Holiday Inn Kings Cross Bloomsbury is an ideal hotel in which to spend a relaxing London Theatre Break. Or there’s the 3 star Best Western Highbury hotel which is situated opposite the splendid greenery of Finsbury Park and only one stop away from Kings Cross on the tube.

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