Changestwobowie make a long overdue return to Fat Lils in Witney on Friday.

The band were invited to play at the venue on the back of their performance at the Witney Music Festival in 2018.

"Although there are glimpses of greasepaint and glitter and Bowie's early songs are included, this is not just a Ziggy show," said drummer David Allen.

The group, led by singer Tony Perry, a former Stars In Their Eyes finalist, will play a career-spanning selection of hits and standards but also lesser known album tracks as well as more recent material.

"Changestwobowie have a collective passion for the music of David Bowie and this is an attempt to cram in four decades of Bowie’s music into two hours," said David.

Fat Lil's is a family owned business on Corn Street, featuring two bars, live music and comedy, clubbing and food and drink.

Tickets available from Doors open 8.30pm