Paying tribute to superstar David Bowie
When musician and starman David Bowie passed away earlier this month after a lengthy battle with cancer, there was a seismic outpouring of grief across the globe. The singular superstar’s career spanned almost five decades, and has left a legacy of mercurial pop that has forever changed the music world.
In Sydney, fans looking to salute the legendary singer-songwriter and actor inundated the Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace to run a Bowie tribute screening. Accordingly, this weekend they are hosting two special screenings. Friday night, sees the Goblin fantasy-musical and cult classic Labyrinth (1986) up on the silver screen, while on Sunday, the sci-fi drama that’s out of this world, The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976) will be showing.
The both screenings for Labyrinth are now sold out, but tickets are still available for The Man Who Fell To Earth. $3 from every ticket will go to Cancer Council NSW.
Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace
380 Military Rd, Cremorne
Ph: (02) 9908 4344
Labyrinth – Friday January 29 at 9pm and 9:30pm
The Man Who Fell To Earth – Sunday January 31 at 7pm.