A celebration of legendary musician David Bowie will take place at his former school in Bromley.

Bowie, who died in 2016 aged 69, joined Bromley Tech School in 1958 where he formed his first band.

Now known as Ravens Wood School, a tribute will be held there on Bank Holiday Monday (August 27) to continue Bowie’s legacy.

Former school mate to Bowie and renowned artist, George Underwood, will be giving a brief talk on the day about his life long friend.

One of the organisers, Roger Bahari, told News Shopper: “I'm hearing from people who went to the school decades ago who are travelling some distance to be here.

“Some people are travelling from Italy.”

Headlining the gig will be The Thin White Duke, a long-running six piece Bowie tribute act. Singer Adam Crawford will be the support act.

Organisers say a special guest is also being lined up.

David Bowie themed artwork will be on display thanks to Sara Captain who is famous for making murals of the singer.

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Information about tickets can be found here https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/524117