Bowie Experience in Aberdeen

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On Thursday the 23rd of November 2017, the Tivoli Theatre, a grade A listed building in the heart of Aberdeen will host The Bowie Experience - The Golden Years Tour.

The performace - said to be “breathtaking”, is a celebration of the late famous pop icon David Bowie.

Long-time Bowie fan and Journalism student at RGU, Mhairi Mitchell said “It will be a great experience for any fans who didn’t get to see David Bowie perform before his death and would give those fans the experience of seeing a live performance of his songs.”

Mhairi also said, she believed it will be a great opportunity for fans to meet other fans.

David Bowie passed away last January after the release of his final album, Black Star after having battled cancer for the past 18 months.

The performance features all the hits from A to Ziggy, Life on Mars and Heroes. The performance aims to amaze the audience through colour, detail, sound and take the audience on a journey through Bowie’s life from his golden years to his most recent hits.

The performance starts at 7.30pm and costs £26.40 a ticket unless booked before 30th of June where you can get £3 off!

You can book online @ - www.aberdeenperformingarts.com or call on 01224 592755

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