There are tribute bands and then there are tribute bands… With members who have worked with the likes of David Bowie, Janet Jackson, Jon Bon Jovi, Brian Adams and Keith Emerson, and others who have performed on Broadway and in the Royal Albert Hall, The Floyd Effect isn’t just a bunch of enthusiasts who love the music of Pink Floyd, it’s a band of the highest calibre that loves the music of Pink Floyd.
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- The Coro
Not suitable for under 12s
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Doors open: 18:45
Interval 20 minutes
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Dark Animals Tour 2024-5
Two of Pink Floyd’s finest albums, complete and unabridged… and more
Was Animals the darkest Pink Floyd album ever recorded? Drawing upon material written at the same time as Dark Side Of The Moon, its angular musical passages and angry lyrics make it a remarkable contrast to the gentle psychedelia of ten years before. Whatever the reason, when The Floyd Effect polled its audiences to ask which album they would most like to hear on their next tour, Animals was right at the top of the list. Perhaps it’s not surprising; tracks such as Dogs, Pigs and Sheep perfectly capture the mood of the world today. What is incredible is how relevant those tracks remain nearly fifty years after they were written, proving that – despite the coming of the internet and mobile phones – nothing has really changed since the 1970s.
The Floyd Effect’s 2024-2025 tour includes two complete albums: the whole of Animals plus a signature performance of Dark Side Of The Moon. Apart from taking a moment to turn the records over, both will be performed unbroken and completely unabridged, exactly as they were meant to be. With a full light show and the band’s latest projections plus a few additional crowd-pleasersThe Floyd Effect’s ‘Dark Animals’ tour promises to be its best yet.
The Floyd Effect is renowned for the remarkable accuracy with which it performs the music of Pink Floyd, and the band faithfully recreates the sound and intensity of a Pink Floyd concert without recourse to racks of computers and other technological wizardry. Each performance is a genuine ‘live’ event supported by a dramatic light show that incorporates the iconic circular screen together with two sets of projections that make it a powerful and emotional experience.
Sit back and enjoy The Floyd Effect as the band takes you on a journey through the most revered music ever written and performed by Pink Floyd. Unless you were there the first time around, it was never as real as this.
7.30pm - 10.30pm