EDINBURGH Fringe venue, Dynamic Earth will host a fully-immersive musical extravaganza – inspired by Pink Floyd’s much-loved album, The Dark Side of the Moon.
As part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the Pink Floyd-inspired musical will be projected in Scotland’s only 360° cinema and features explosive 10.2 surround sound.
Featuring the entire 1973 Dark Side of the Moon album, the spellbinding abstract projections and mesmerising visualisations create an unforgettable experience.
The show, produced by Starlight Productions, also features music from Pink Floyd’s famed album, The Wall.
The Dark Side of the Moon forms part of Dynamic Earth’s programme of Double Dome nights and will run twice a night at 6pm and 8.30pm, every weekend throughout August.
Tickets cost £10 for adults and £8 for children. Before and after shows, visitors can relax and enjoy refreshments in Dynamic Earth’s Fringe pop-up bar.
Pleased to be announcing the show, Eilidh Massie, marketing manager at Dynamic Earth, said: “We enjoy being part of the Fringe every year and this year is no exception, and we are extremely excited to be welcoming the hugely successful production of The Dark Side of the Moon.
“This will no doubt be a sell-out event so visitors should get their tickets before it’s too late!”
For more information on events and activities happening at Dynamic Earth, visit www.dynamicearth.co.uk.
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