Thomas Mulready’s acclaimed multi-media presentation “An Evening With(out) David Bowie” returns to Cleveland’s BOP STOP on June 30 and July 1.

The engaging and powerful show has been significantly updated to highlight Bowie’s Cleveland connections, from his first performance in the U.S. at Music Hall to standout live shows at the Richfield Coliseum. It also includes the latest news about Bowie’s final recordings and his Grammy Awards in February.

“This production has been evolving since it was first presented at Baldwin Wallace in 2013,” Mulready says. “This time I want to delve deeper into Bowie’s tours, and the impact that the city of Cleveland had on his amazing career.”

The BOP STOP shows will be the first to include a rare photo exhibit by Anastasia Pantsios – “David Bowie in Cleveland: 1972-1983-1990.”

The show is performed in two parts. Part 1 is The Early Years, from Davy Jones to the Thin White Duke. Part 2 is Mid-to Late Period: From Berlin to Blackstar ★ and Beyond. Each presentation concludes with live music by Vanity Crash, Cleveland’s celebrated glam punk superstars.

Performances take place at the BOP STOP, 2920 Detroit Avenue in Cleveland on June 30 and July 1. Part 1 begins each night at 7:30 p.m. Part 2 begins each night at 9:30 p.m. A discount is available for those wishing to attend both Part 1 and Part 2. Previous shows at the venue were completely SOLD OUT.

If you are a fan of David Bowie and would like an in depth look at his career and his Cleveland connection, check this show out.

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