Where you can see special cinema tributes to David Bowie in London

The recent passing of David Bowie has resulted in many London cinema chains and indies putting on tribute screenings to the Thin White Duke, with many offering to donate the box office takings to charity. Here are just some of the already-announced events:

AtoZofFilm film club at The Prince Regent presents THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH

The AtoZofFilm film club at The Prince Regent pays tribute to David Bowie this Sunday with Nicolas Roeg’s sci-fi drama THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH (1976).

Date: Sunday 17 January 2016
Time: From 7.30pm
Tickets: Admission is free.

Upstairs at The Prince Regent
69 Dulwich Road, London SE24 0NJ
Follow: @AtoZofFilm for full listings.


Curzon Bloomsbury Screening of THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH (1976) 

The Curzon celebrates his life with a screening in support of Cancer Research UK. 

Date: Sunday 17 January 2016
Time: From 11am

Picturehouse Central screens THE LABYRINTH

oin in celebration of the one and only David Bowie with charity screenings of the Jim Henson fantasy musical Labyrinth this weekend.


Fri 15 Jan, 6.40 & Sun 17 Jan, 12.50


Everyman Cinemas present a complimentary tribute screening of LABYRINTH


Complimentary tickets available here:

MUSWELL HILL at 23:30 Sat 16 January.


Genesis Cinema presents a Bowie film double bill of THE HUNGER and THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH.


A special tribute to David Bowie, in aid of Cancer Research UK, on 23rd January at 6pm. A screening of a double bill of The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976) and The Hunger (1983). 

Tickets are £6 and includes live music from Fightmilk, Ceri James, Shaun Grimsley (GCP), Dexy (Sweetheart Contract), Nick Worrall (Happy Mammoth), Charlie Gray, John Drain, Richard Hunt (Black Seas), David & Rob (Melting Ice Caps), Mark Estall (GCP), a live burlesque performance from Helene De Joie, all-Bowie DJ set from Tree Carr and more - all proceeds to Cancer Research. 

Tickets available here: http://genesiscinema.co.uk/


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