Tickets to the third and final Pink Floyd inspired FullDome film go on sale at 12pm on Tuesday 10th of October.
With graphics inspired by Pink Floyd's seminal 1979 album, The Wall: The Fulldome Experience immerses you in the world of Roger Waters' epic rock opera. As it tells its story of isolation and human emotion, you'll enjoy the album in its entirety with the Planetarium's incredible 5:1 surround sound.
Shows will begin on Saturday 4th of November until 30th of November- to mark the anniversary of the album's release.
More about the show:
In the latest in our stellar series of evening events for adult audiences, the Planetarium at Glasgow Science Centre proudly presents a fulldome planetarium screening of The Wall: The Fulldome Experience, inspired by the music of Pink Floyd. This sound and visual extravaganza features the entirety of the incredible album released in 1979, accompanied by mesmeric visualisations projected across the entirety of the planetarium's immersive 15m dome. Prior to the main feature, our expert team of astronomers will take you on a tour of the cosmos, in our state-of-the-art digital planetarium.
If you missed out on tickets for The Dark Side of the Moon: The Fulldome Experience and Wish You Were, it will be returning to the Planetarium at Glasgow Science Centre soon.
This is an adults-only event, for ages 18+ and tickets cost £17pp.