TICKETS go on sale again tomorrow for an acclaimed photography exhibition reflecting on the career of David Bowie.

Rock 'n' Roll with Me: Bowie/MacCormack 1973-76 will reopen on Tuesday, May 18 at Brighton Museum and and Art Gallery.

The show was due to close this summer but has been extended until January 2022 to allow fans to see the intimate collection of portraits by photographer Geoff MacCormack, which have not been shown in public before.

Mr MacCormack, who had known Bowie since he was eight years old, joined his band The Spiders From Mars on a worldwide tour in 1973 as a backing singer and percussionist – and he also took dozens of photographs.

The Argus: Photo: Geoff MacCormackPhoto: Geoff MacCormack

The show includes up to 80 large original framed photographs of Bowie, covering his glam rock years as Ziggy Stardust and Aladdin Sane, his Diamond Dogs tour across America and his obsession with soul music, to his first major film, The Man Who Fell To Earth in 1975, the recording of his album Station To Station and later his Thin White Duke persona.

The photos are complemented by a short film shot by Bowie on their trip to Moscow in 1973, music videos of Bowie and MacCormack on stage together, film excerpts and music in the galleries.

The exhibition sold out quickly when it opened last October.

The Argus: Bowie backstage at the 'retirement gig' for Ziggy Stardust, July 1973 at Hammersmith Odeon. Photo: Geoff MacCormackBowie backstage at the 'retirement gig' for Ziggy Stardust, July 1973 at Hammersmith Odeon. Photo: Geoff MacCormack

Hedley Swain, chief executive of the Royal Pavilion and Museums Trust, said: "Sadly we had to close because of the lockdown. We’ve extended until January 2022 to give everyone a chance to see it.

"We expect it will be extremely popular so urge everyone to book their tickets soon.”

Tickets are available from 10am tomorrow at