According to Bradley, this is the show that asks: if we’re all heading for doomsday, why not at least go out tap dancing atop our own graves?

In some ways, Wooxdmansey’s account gives a more grounded view of the Ziggy years, but it can also be seen to depressingly demythologize this magical time in rock music history and in the lives of seventies glam-rock starchildren nostalgically holding onto a consciously skewed mental image of that golden era in this age of Trump and terror.