Talking about Pink Floyd at Thinktank Planetarium

Later this summer, I’ll be giving a series of newly-compiled talks about three Pink Floyd albums, at the Immersive Theatre in the UK’s first purpose-built digital Planetarium at Thinktank, in central Birmingham:

Each talk precedes the playing of the respective album (a 65 min edit in the case of The Wall) accompanied by Fulldome animated visuals across the full planetarium dome.

Doors open at 18:30 for a prompt start at 19:00. Tickets must be booked in advance. I hope to see you there.

More on my Pink Floyd-related work.

Update

The above talks are now sold out. I’ll be repeating them on the following dates:

About Andy Mabbett

Enjoying my freelance career, helping organisations to understand on-line communities, open content, and related issues; often as a Wikimedian (or Wikipedian) in Residence.
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One Response to Talking about Pink Floyd at Thinktank Planetarium

  1. Andy Mabbett says:

    Thanks to everyone who attended. In the end, all six talks were sold out!

    I was delighted to welcome Ian Emes, who did the original Dark Side of the Moon tour animations, to my second talk on that album.

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