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The Dark Side of The Moon: Planetarium Show

  • Glasgow Science Centre 50 Pacific Quay Glasgow, Scotland, G51 1DA United Kingdom (map)

Music lovers in Glasgow are discovering the unique environment of Glasgow Science Centre's digital Planetarium as a venue to appreciate their favourite stellar soundscapes. Together with its spectacular 360° screen it is the perfect setting to enjoy the sonic triumphs of Pink Floyd accompanied by a visual feast inspired by the music of some of their biggest-selling albums. We're thrilled to bring you Pink Floyd-inspired experiences again in 2019!

“It's a fantastic sound and visual display that really wraps itself around you.”
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Let us transport you to an incredible, immersive Pink Floyd nirvana for a feature length experience that is out of this world! You'll get a sneak peek of what the Planetarium can do with an expert astronomer taking you out into space, before you sit back, relax and enjoy the music of a Pink Floyd album, accompanied by our sometimes dizzying, but always engaging graphics, inspired by the music of this internationally acclaimed progressive psychedelic rock band.

'The Dark Side of the Moon: The Fulldome Experience' is a sound and visual extravaganza featuring the entirety of the highly successful and influential, The Dark Side of the Moon album from 1973, accompanied by mesmeric visualisations projected across the entirety of the Planetarium's immersive 15m dome.

Later Event: 15 June
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