The Pink Floyd Dimension return to Saffron Walden

PUBLISHED: 12:11 16 September 2010

The Pink Floyd Dimension are back in Saffron Walden

The Pink Floyd Dimension are back in Saffron Walden

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FOLLOWING the success of their sell out show in Saffron Walden in May, where over £1500 was raised for Teenage Cancer Trust, tribute band the Pink Floyd Dimension haw announced October 16 for a performance of their show in Saffron Walden Town Hall.

FOLLOWING the success of their sell out show in Saffron Walden in May, where over £1500 was raised for Teenage Cancer Trust, tribute band the Pink Floyd Dimension haw announced October 16 for a performance of their show in Saffron Walden Town Hall.

The band have been constantly developing their show since, and have recruited local guitarist and songwriter, Tom Cory to their ranks, in addition to the existing band.

They have also been working on enhancing the visual experience, with new projections and a bigger laser show. Music on the night will focus on Pink Floyd’s 1970’s era, with songs from the Meddle, Animals, The Wall and Wish You Were Here albums, in addition to a complete performance of Dark Side of The Moon. There will also be some songs chosen from Pink Floyd’s Syd Barrett era.

This will be the last gig The Pink Floyd Dimension play in Saffron Walden for a while as they plan to take some time to develop a new set of songs and an even more spectacular show, which they will be debuting in 2011 at a show on June 16 at The Junction in Cambridge.

The show will again be in support of charitable causes, and proceeds will be split between Teenage Cancer Trust and The Mayor’s Appeal.

Tickets are on sale now from Saffron Walden Tourist Information Centre (01799 524002) or on line at wegottickets.com. There will be a licenced bar on the night provided by The Old English Gentleman.


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