The David Bowie musical “Lazarus” has opened in London to less than rave reviews after a run in New York.
The show is a collaboration between the Zoomer singer/songwriter and Enda Walsh and based on the story “The Man Who Fell to Earth.”
The Times of London described Lazarus as “pretentious rubbish” and “nonsense on stilts”. The critic for the Telegraph admitted to being “disappointed.”
“Lazarus” is playing at the King Cross Theatre through January.
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