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David Bowie Day at Liverpool Small Cinema

David Bowie

Sunday 8th January 2017, 11:00-23:00

In the United Kingdom, Liverpool Small Cinema presents David Bowie Day on Sunday 8th January! It’s Bowie’s birthday and we miss him so, so let’s DANCE and celebrate the man, the music and the magic. Doors to the Liverpool Small Cinema will open at 11.00 and throughout the day the team will be screening a rare collection of interviews, performances, short films, and two feature length movies: Jim Henson’s Labyrinth (1986) and Tony Scott’s erotic/horror The Hunger (1983); all featuring the legendary David Bowie.

“I’m an instant star. Just add water and stir.” – David Bowie

11.30 – Labyrinth (1986) (101 mins)
Directed by Jim Henson.

1986’s Labyrinth is a British-American fantasy film directed by Jim Henson revolving around a 15 year old girl’s (Jennifer Connelly) quest to conquer the labyrinth and rescue her infant brother Toby from the clutches of Jareth, the Goblin King (David Bowie).

13.45 – Eye Candy presents Rarest One Bowie (50mins)

All rare – all amazing – expect interviews, fantastic performances and outfits, unfamiliar versions of familiar songs, quirky moments and all kinds of archive clips.

15:00 – Bowie on Screen (120 mins)

A rare collection of TV programmes and short films featuring David Bowie.

17.15 – Eye Candy presents Rarest Two Bowie (60mins)

Expect more Bowie-centric rarities from Eye Candy’s extensive archive!

18:30 – Bowie Quiz

19:30 – The Hunger (1983) (97 mins)
Directed by Tony Scott.

Adapted from the 1981 novel of the same name, written by Whitley Strieber, 1983’s The Hunger is an erotic/horror film starring David Bowie, Susan Sarandon and Catherine Deneuve in a vampiric love triangle. The Hunger was also the feature length directional debut of Tony Scott; brother of Sir Ridley Scott, and director of such cult classics as Top Gun and True Romance.

21:30 – Bowieoke

To round off David Bowie day the Liverpool Small Cinema present Bowieoke; sing-a-long classics to revive the Starman spirit.


Tickets are available for singular screenings of Labyrinth (£5 / £4 concessions), Rarest One/Two Bowie (free), Bowie on Screen (£5 / £4 concessions) and The Hunger (£5 / £4 concessions).

There may be a very limited number of tickets available on the door, so please buy an advance ticket if you want to be secure a seat.

Liverpool Small Cinema

Liverpool Small Cinema
57-59 Victoria Street
Liverpool, L1 6DE
United Kingdom



Ken Wynne

Ken Wynne

Editor at Attack from Planet B