A Stunning digital audio and mild present is set to illuminate an ancient church steeped in record.
BBC broadcaster Mark Radcliffe, who lives in Knutsford, has teamed up with his mate Paul Langley to kind a duo called Une.
The pair will be executing a unique concert with Knutsford Lions at St John’s Parish Church in Knutsford on Friday, March 4.
Paul Langley, from Une, reported: “This will be a bit exclusive, we have an immersive present with projections and mild beamed off the contours of this awesome church.”
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Mark, 63, a current BBC Radio 2 and 6 songs DJ, life in Knutsford with spouse Bella.
The electronic new music features songs, not just dance tracks, accompanied by movies.
Proceeds will be shared in between The Christie, Passion for Discovering and Cheshire Younger Carers who are active in local Knutsford faculties.
Paul Buttrick, president of Knutsford Lions, explained: “We are seriously wanting ahead to this exclusive concert boosting funds for 3 neighborhood charities.
“The ambiance will be incredible and we’d like to thank Paul and Mark for signing up for us in this not to be skipped function.”
For tickets go to weareune.com and knutsfordlions.org.uk
Enquiries at [email protected]
Doorways open up at 7pm, seats are unreserved and there is a bar supplied by Wine and Wallop.