BBC broadcaster Mark Radcliffe putting on Knutsford show

A Magnificent electronic songs and gentle show is set to illuminate an historical church steeped in record.

BBC broadcaster Mark Radcliffe, who life in Knutsford, has teamed up with his good friend Paul Langley to variety a duo called Une.

The pair will be carrying out a exclusive concert with Knutsford Lions at St John’s Parish Church in Knutsford on Friday, March 4.

 

Paul Langley and Mark Radcliffe as the duo Une

Paul Langley and Mark Radcliffe as the duo Une

 

Paul Langley, from Une, mentioned: “This will be a little bit specific, we have an immersive present with projections and light-weight beamed off the contours of this brilliant church.”

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Mark, 63, a present BBC Radio 2 and 6 new music DJ, life in Knutsford with spouse Bella.

The electronic songs characteristics music, not just dance tracks, accompanied by films.

Proceeds will be shared between The Christie, Passion for Finding out and Cheshire Youthful Carers who are lively in neighborhood Knutsford educational institutions.

Paul Buttrick, president of Knutsford Lions, said: “We are genuinely searching ahead to this one of a kind concert elevating money for a few area charities.

 

Paul Langley and Mark Radcliffe

Paul Langley and Mark Radcliffe

 

“The ambiance will be fabulous and we’d like to thank Paul and Mark for signing up for us in this not to be missed party.”

For tickets go to weareune.com and knutsfordlions.org.united kingdom

Enquiries at [email protected]

Doors open up at 7pm, seats are unreserved and there is a bar provided by Wine and Wallop.