$10 General / $6 Members | PG | Documentary/ Music | 1 hr 43 mins
On July 3, 1973, rock music’s amazing chameleon David Bowie delivered a history-making concert on stage at London’s Hammersmith Odeon. That’s when he retired Ziggy Stardust, his most celebrated alter-ego, in front of 5,000 disbelieving fans.
It is among the most iconic performances in the history of modern music.
The show was captured on film by award-winning director DA Pennebaker and released as “Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars: The Motion Picture.”
A new version of the film will celebrate the 50th anniversary of one of Bowie’s most dazzling moments. And it’s at Rosendale Theatre for one night only.
The new version of the film features the full performance featuring rare scenes with legendary guitarist Jeff Beck, never before seen on film.
This anniversary edition of “Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars: The Motion Picture” is the closest audiences will come to being there on that unforgettable night 50 years ago.