UK Pink Floyd Experience invite tomorrow's Grand Opera House audience to get comfortably numb at their Dark Side And Animals Tour show in York.

The psychedelic tribute concert focuses on the iconic Pink Floyd albums Dark Side Of The Moon and Animals, both to be played in their entirety alongside such Floyd favourites as Wish You Were Here, Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Another Brick In The Wall and Comfortably Numb.

UK Pink Floyd Experience re-create the atmosphere of a Pink Floyd concert with eight musicians, complemented by video projections on a large circular screen. Among the line-up is Yorkshire saxophonist and vocalist Katie Hawcut, a graduate of Leeds College of Music. "I'm a jazz player at heart, but I've found my inner rock-chick since joining the show this year," she says.

Bass player and singer David Power enthuses: "We are always pleased with the positive reaction to the show; it seems we leave audiences on a Pink Floyd high."

The Dark Side Of The Moon, Pink Floyd's eighth album, was released in March 1973, exploring themes of conflict, greed, the passage of time and mental illness, en route to selling 45 million copies. Tenth album Animals was recorded at the band’s Britannia Row studio in London and reached number two in the charts in January 1977.

Tickets for tomorrow's 7.30pm show are on sale on 0844 871 3024 or at