Some of David Bowie’s biggest hits are keeping Bromley shoppers entertained to commemorate what would have been the legendary musician’s 72nd birthday.

The Glades shopping centre launched an interactive music wall today (January 8) to celebrate Bowie’s links to Bromley.

The singer moved to the borough as a child and went to Burnt Ash Junior and Bromley Technical High School.

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He died in 2016 and his famous will be played in the shopping centre throughout the coming weeks.

The music wall is located in the upper mall between The Perfume Shop and M&S.

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Director of The Glades, Mark Haynes, said: "We, like many local residents, are extremely proud to say that David Bowie was a Bromley man.

"We wanted to pay a special, birthday tribute to him this year and sharing music is a universal way of bringing people together.

"His work is timeless, transcends generations and sounds as innovative today as it did many years ago.

"The installation looks absolutely fantastic and it’s a great opportunity for die-hard fans and people who aren’t familiar with his sound to sample some hits.

"We’re intrigued to find out which songs are customer favourites and we’d love for people to share their photos of themselves against the backdrop."