PROG rock fans are being urged to make a note in their diaries as Pink Floyd's seminal album The Dark Side of the Moon celebrates its 50th anniversary.

And where better to celebrate the occasion than at Jodrell Bank?

In November, the Unesco World Heritage site will mix sound and vision at its Planetarium to 'create a cosmic journey through time and space'.

The Dark Side of the Moon is the band's eighth studio album and was released in March 1973 by Harvest Records.

On the event website, it says: "Get ready to be amazed as the magic of the album comes alive in a ground-breaking Planetarium spectacular.

"Immerse yourself in a mesmerizing fusion of captivating visuals and surround sound, taking you on a journey through time and space.

"This one-of-a-kind event combines cutting-edge technology with the heart of Pink Floyd’s music.

"Step into an immersive 3D world that will transport you beyond imagination. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to dive into the cosmic depths and feel the music like never before."

The show runs on the weekends of November 4 and 5 and November 11 and 12, with two performances each day.

The screenings run for 45 minutes plus an introduction, and are suitable for adults and young people aged 13 or over.

Seats inside the Space Dome are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.