If you didn't make it to New York or London to see the stage production of 'Lazarus', you may yet get a chance to see it played out on film.

A film version of the show - which was written by Irish playwright Enda Walsh and ran off-Broadway from December 2015 to January 2016 and the West End from November 2016 to January 2017 - will premiere in New York with a live score played by the band featured on the show's initial run in NYC.

The film stars the London cast, including Michael C. Hall as Thomas Jerome Newton (the character played by Bowie in 'The Man Who Fell to Earth'), and will premiere at Brooklyn venue the King's Theatre on May 2nd as a "motion picture/live soundtrack experience."

There's no word as yet whether the film will receive a wider run, but we can surely expect to see it in some form in the future.