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Upcoming shows: Lindsay Munroe... A.A. Williams... Joan Shelley... Jesse Malin... Penguin Cafe... Francis Lung... The Lovely Eggs... Dana Gavanski... Mr Ben & The Bens... Alice Boman... The Handsome Family... Gwenifer Raymond... Tokyo Police Club... Adrian Crowley... Anna B Savage... The Besnard Lakes... Erland Cooper... Scott Matthews... Francis of Delirium... King Hannah... bdrmm... Tré Burt... Joep Beving... Willy Mason... Moulettes... Skinny Lister... The Dears... Peggy Sue... Admiral Fallow... BC Camplight... We Were Promised Jetpacks... Aoife O’Donovan... Josh Rouse + Vetiver... Smoke Fairies... Douglas Dare... Roddy Woomble... Brendan Benson... Sam Amidon... Robyn Hitchcock... The Beths... Pictish Trail... Andy Shauf... The Lovely Eggs...

When: 7.30pm on Thursday 20 October 2016
Where: Albert Hall, 27 Peter Street, Manchester M2 5QR

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We’re excited to be producing Public Service Broadcasting’s one-off performance as part of Manchester Science Festival!

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Manchester Science Festival is delighted to announce that internationally-acclaimed electronic outfit Public Service Broadcasting (PSB) will open the 10th Manchester Science Festival on Thursday 20 October with a very special, one-off performance at Manchester’s historic Albert Hall.

On the Festival’s opening night, PSB will perform their hit album The Race For Space in its entirety for the very first time, accompanied by an impressive brass section and musicians from the Royal Northern College of Music, including a string quintet and a 13-piece choir.

This special event will begin with the mastermind behind Public Service Broadcasting, J. Willgoose, Esq. in conversation with Professor Tim O’Brien, Associate Director of Jodrell Bank Observatory as the pair explore the stories of the American and Soviet space race at the heart of the album and discuss the making of the record and the journey it has led them on.

This is a 14+ show. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

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