David Bowie’s musical Lazarus is coming to London

British fans are seemingly going to get the chance to escape the doom and gloom to enjoy a live David Bowie experience this November, with reports that his musical Lazarus – the final project he worked on before this death – will be heading to London for the first time.


According to The Sun, the musical will star Dexter‘s Michael C Hall (above), who has already played the lead role of fallen alien Thomas Jerome Newton during its only previous run, which took place between November 2015 and January this year at the New York Theatre Workshop, off-Broadway in Manhattan.

The venue will apparently be a brand new temporary theatre in Kings Cross, which will have a capacity of 800. All the tickets for the New York shows sold out within hours of being made available, and it’s likely the same will happen in London. Tickets are set to go on sale next week.