Richard E. Grant was every inch the glam rocker when he attended the screening of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars in London on Monday.
The documentary capturing David Bowie’s concert in London in 1973 has now been remastered for a new generation.
Richard, 66, donned a pair of towering leather platforms for the event while emulating the late Life on Mars hitmaker.
He looked fantastic in the retro ensemble which also featured a Union Jack blazer and matching waistcoat.
Oscar nominee Richard also rocked a pair of patchwork flares as he posed up a storm for the cameras.
Strut: Richard E. Grant, 66, was every inch the glam rocker when he attended the screening of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars in London on Monday.
Height: Richard, donned a pair of towering leather platforms for the event while emulating the late star David Bowie
Like his alter ego Ziggy Stardust, the iconic musician David, who passed away in 2016 at age 59. after being diagnosed with liver cancer, she sported numerous outrageous looks and often wore huge platforms.
During the concert at the Hammersmith Odeon, David told fans that it would be “the last show we’ll ever play”.
Although music lovers understood that he was leaving music altogether, he was simply getting rid of his alter ego and his band Spiders from Mars.
It comes after it was reported that David Bowie fans would once again have the chance to attend a concert of his hits with a new virtual reality experience.
And his memory could live on even closer than ever, as talks are said to be underway to create an avatar adventure on the stage of his career.
said a source Mirror that the effort is currently being explored, calling the process an “exciting time.”
It would be similar to the current production ABBA Voyage, which began in 2022 and shows the Swedish supergroup as it was in the 1970s.
said a source Mirror: ‘The idea of being able to recreate David’s charisma and electric spectacle for an audience is heady, and the prospect of how this could be achieved is being explored. It is a very exciting time.
Retro: He looked fantastic in the retro ensemble which also featured a Union Jack blazer and matching waistcoat (Right, David pictured in 1975)
Style: Oscar nominee Richard also rocked a pair of patchwork flares as he posed up a storm for the cameras
Couple: Martin Freeman, 51, cut a graceful figure when he joined his girlfriend and Rachel Mariam, 29
Funnymen: James Acaster (L) and Nish Kumar (R) also attended the screening.
Big fan: Hollywood actor Andy Serkis donned a bright floral shirt for the occasion
Couple: LOTR star Andy joined by his wife, actress Lorraine Ashbourne
Rocker: Fellow musician and Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones has a casual figure
MailOnline has contacted representatives of David Bowie’s Estate for comment.
ABBA Voyage appears to have kicked off a new wave of concerts with its virtual experience, which has a residency at its purpose-built venue at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park dubbed Abba Arena.
With the highly detailed holograms, fans are taken back in time to the 1970s with the performance.
It comes after it was announced that a extensive archive of from David Life, Work and Legacy will be on public display for the first time in 2025.
Acquired by the Victoria and Albert Museum (V and A), the exhibition will include more than 80,000 items spanning six decades of the cultural icon’s career.
They will be made available to the public through the creation of the David Bowie Center for the Study of the Performing Arts, which will open in Stratford’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
It will allow fans and researchers to get up close and personal with Bowie’s creative process like never before, the V and A said.
I loved it: Former The Darkness frontman Justin Hawkins flirted with his wife Sarah on the red carpet
Family Affair: Justin and Sarah (R) were joined by the singer’s brother, Dan (L) and his gorgeous partner.
Glamour: Jackie Sinclair (L) and Victoria Brown (R) were dressed to impress
Beauty: the former model struck with a bright red outfit
Stylish: Kris Kowalski cut a sleek figure in a see-through shirt and white pants
Brilliant client: Don Letts oozed confidence as he walked the star-studded red carpet
Guests: (ID) Tom Serrano, Mike Garson and Woody Woodmansey
Famous Faces: Many of the guests posed together before taking their seats
Iconic: The documentary capturing David Bowie’s 1973 London concert (pictured) has now been remastered for a new generation.
The collection will feature handwritten lyrics, letters, sheet music, original costumes, fashion, photography, movies, music videos, stage sets, album art, and awards.
It will also include instruments owned by the world-famous musician, as well as unrealized writings and projects never before seen in public.
Highlights include stage costumes such as Bowie’s innovative Ziggy Stardust ensembles, designed by Freddie Burretti in 1972, Kansai Yamamoto’s creations for the Aladdin Sane tour in 1973, and the Union Jack coat designed by Bowie and Alexander McQueen for the cover. from the 1997 album Earthling.
The archive also includes more than 70,000 photographs, prints, negatives, slides, and contact sheets taken by some of the greatest photographers of the 20th century, from Terry O’Neill to Brian Duffy and Helmut Newton.
Its acquisition by V and A and the creation of the center was made possible by the David Bowie Estate and a £10 million donation from the Blavatnik Family Foundation and Warner Music Group.