About this Event
Paradox Orchestra brings their celebration of 50 years of Pink Floyd's music performed by a live string orchestra by candlelight. This promises to be an unforgettable night in the relaxing and beautiful outdoor setting of Conyngham Hall, near to Knaresborough’s iconic riverside.
Like a sonic time machine, Pink Floyd’s music has taken us on a journey through the past 50 years, capturing the essence of each era and leaving an indelible mark on the history of music. Paradox Orchestra is looking forward to performing their original arrangements for string orchestra tributing all of the greatest hits in such a stunning, summer backdrop.
This is an open air concert starts at 19:30, please bring your own comfort and we will provide the rest to this stunning, magical evening immersed in candle light.
A number of food and drink vendors will add to the festival vibe. As seating is not provided, audiences are welcome to bring blankets or their own seating as required to the open-air concert. Alcohol is not permitted to be taken onto the site, but available to buy on site from vendors.
Paradox Orchestra is excited to announce its partnership with Henshaws.
Henshaws is a northern charity supporting people living with sight loss and a range of other disabilities to go beyond expectations.
Henshaws offer a variety of services across greater Manchester and Merseyside for people with sight loss and visual impairments. Henshaws centres across Greater Manchester and Liverpool offer a range of services to provide more than 7,000 visually impaired people with an improved quality of life, and our digital and phone services mean we can even support people from their home. Henshaws friendly and experienced staff and volunteers are passionate and committed to delivering valuable services that change lives.
From their bespoke campus in Harrogate, Henshaws offer day and residential places for young people aged 18 to 25 with special educational needs and disabilities. Whether preparing for employment, making friends or learning to live more independently, we work with our students to make their aspirations possible and goals a reality.
Henshaws Arts and Crafts Centre located in Knaresborough, hosts a wide variety of workshops that encourage people living with a range of disabilities to discover their talents, put them into practice, and realise their full potential. On weekdays, Henshaws workshops are filled with Art Makers creating beautiful and unique pieces of art.
To find out more about us and everything Henshaws do, visit our website here: https://www.henshaws.org.uk/
Volunteers will be onsite collecting donations after the concert, please consider making a donation to Henshaws during your time at Manchester Cathedral
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Manchester Cathedral, Victoria Street, Manchester, United Kingdom