The comic, author, actor and writer uses his time spent with Bowie on The Jack Docherty Show in 1997 as a jumping off point to take audiences through topics from first love, hedonism, mortality and why you should always meet your heroes. From AI to culture wars, families to teenage years, David Bowie and Me – Parallel Lives is a journey of comedy and storytelling, taking fans on a trip through the inner workings of his masterful mind.
‘It is simply impossible not to love what he does on a stage.’
‘Extremely enjoyable piece about his connection with late, great starman.’
This show truly showcases Jack’s ability as a performer and story-teller, engaging with his audience from start to finish.’
‘Docherty's mighty presence fills the room... a superbly delivered, autobiographical coming-of-age story.’
‘A love letter to creativity, to music and to the teenagers we all once were.’