If you missed out on seeing the David Bowie musical Lazarus in theatres (and it sold out really, really fast so that's likely) then you're in luck: the show is not only returning, but entering the world of virtual reality.
Dazed reports that the musical will be returning to London at a special VR exhibition at the V&A museum during the Performance Festival.
Fans can go along to the event and pick up a VR headset, where they will be able to watch a recording of the show in 360 degrees.
David Bowie was involved in the creation of the musical, which features music from throughout his career, as well as Blackstar, the final album the music legend released before he died.
Six Feet Under and Dexter star Michael C Hall starred in the musical, and later paid tribute to Bowie at this year's BRIT Awards.
The performance will take place on Sunday, April 30 and is free to drop-in to and visit. You can find out more about the event here.
It was recently announced that the cult classic Labyrinth, which famously starred Bowie as Jareth the Goblin King, is going to be getting a sequel after all these years.
Well, it might be more of a spin-off rather a sequel, and whatever it is, it won't be appearing for quite some time.
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