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Fri, 25 Apr




The UKs premier tribute to Pink Floyd comes to Venue38, It really is a spectacular show and not to be missed for any true Floyd fan.

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25 Apr 2025, 19:00 – 23:00

Venue38, 38A Carrick St, Ayr KA7 1NS, UK

About the event

From Vesbim Media - Floyd UK have brought together some of the best musicians in the country to perform their incredible covers & renditions of the Pink Floyd classics.

This spellbinding band are dedicated to crafting Pink Floyd’s performances with careful attention to every note, inflection, expression and sound effect from instruments to vocals.

In addition to their refined musical performances, there will be the best visual effects, from multimedia and video to projection and lasers – to enhance the live experience.

The band will be revisiting a vast selection of the bands material with tracks played form The Wall, Wish You Were Here, Dark Side Of The Moon, Meddle, Animals and more

Reviews Vesbim, Pink Floyd’s The Wall Live at Parr Hall Warrington.

"Do you like Pink Floyd? You should come and see us”

"And that dear readers is how I ended up bimbling over to Warrington on a cold, dark Saturday evening to witness what can only be described as a fantastic show.

Vesbim Media specialise in writing, directing and producing theatre shows, film and music.

The Vesbim Floyd Band having been in rehearsals for over 12 months to be able to give Floyd fans an unmissable, show stopping and spectacular performance. Their three hour concert of live music included The Wall in its entirety as well as an extra 90 minutes of Floyd classics from the albums an array of classic albums using multimedia, projection and lasers to enhance viewing pleasure.

To start, The Wall; right from the off the power is immense, the line up imposing and the stage visually impactive, the three singers Mick Ronson, Lee Harding and Jade Tremarco take to the stage surrounded by the rest of the band, no less than eight other members, to rapturous applause and they haven’t done anything yet!

The set list is understandably immense, covering three pieces of paper. Comfortably Numb is a stand out track here, with its lingering, high as a kite vocals, melodious backing band and wonderful on screen projections with pin point accuracy. It is just a stunning all round performance, and one that lingers in the senses. A 9 minute song, yet it is over in an instant.

And if I was happy with the first half, you won’t believe how much I was pleased with the second.

As I wait with baited breathe to hear the spine chilling introduction to my favourite Pink Floyd song Shine On You Crazy Diamond I hope they can do it, it is a big ask of anyone; lyrical and musical perfection. And then it begins, the haunting keyboard signalling the arrival of the Holy Grail of Floyd songs. Subtly the guitar creeps in for a truly epic, heart wrenchingly mournful solo, that tugs at even the most hardened of souls begging to be let in for a warm and a cup of tea.

The second guitar makes an appearance, tremulous drums begin, the third guitar sneaks in, and then the vocals, nailing the evocative, melancholic lyrics and completing the production with aplomb. And I am gone.

With personal family pictures of Syd Barret playing on the projection screen echoing the nostalgia , I am lost for an entire 12 minutes, I am not even sure I blinked as I was swept away on the incredible journey that is Shine On; they did it proud.

And whilst I could go on forever, I won’t, there is one more song that left its indelible mark on my soul and I feel I must make a special mention for Jade performing Great Gig in The Sky. A lamenting, plaintive dirge crammed full of emotion, performed impeccably without so much as a quiver in the wrong direction she literally amazed me. Judging from the crowd, they all felt the same way.

To say it was a spectacle, would be doing the entire production a disservice, the projected images timed perfectly to sync with the music , the passion that the singers exude, the instruments; at times becoming an extension of the performer themselves was nothing short of enthrall"

Kat Hilton (Manchester Rocks)

Vesbim, Pink Floyd’s The Wall, Gig Review. Floral Pavilion, New Brighton.

"Beneath a blaze of lights and lasers, backed by a boom of energised electric guitar and the thumping drumbeats provided by the superb Phil Westwood, Vesbim announced their arrival on stage at The New Brighton Floral Pavilion to perform their magnificent representation of Pink Floyd’s iconic 1979 album The Wall in grand style, and never for a moment let the pace slip.

That there are ten members of this Wallasey based project can only add to the overall acoustic being monumental, but what this ensemble achieve throughout their three hours on stage almost defies belief, particularly when considering that their budget is shoe-string thin and much less than that of the likes of Australian or Brit Floyd by whom their efforts will inevitably be compared.

Yet still Vesbim manage to occasionally eclipse even these stalwarts of tributes, with an all round performance of visual and audio brilliance that left the audience gasping and individual outings of such tremendous power and exuberance audiences are more-or-less guaranteed to be out of their seats and yelling got more.

Of the many, many highlights, Andy Pennington’s magnificent solo on Comfortably Numb and chilling vocals of both Michael Ronson during Bring The Boys Back Home and Lee Harding’s power during Shine On You Crazy Diamond are worthy of reviews of their own.

However if there is one section that will be spoken of for a long, long time it is that which is belted out magnificently by Jade Tremarco. In taking on all four part vocals of The Great Gig In The Sky, Ms. Tremarco clutches them all to her soul and then sets them free to wreak glorious havoc amongst the packed members of the audience, leaving them standing in awe at the oratorio’s climax and yelling, breathlessly, for more.

With lights enough dazzling enough to land a fleet of passenger airliners and sound effects of such crystal clarity some were ducking in anticipation of real time explosions, Vesbim are a collective of upmost magnificence and their next outing should be widely anticipated, whereas this version of The Wall and more should be acclaimed loud, long and lustfully".

Chris High (Sound & Vision)


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