A POPULAR town centre venue will be rocking the night away when a tribute to one of rock music’s biggest bands makes its eagerly anticipated return.

Mimik Floyd is heading to Witham Public Hall and will be rolling back the years by performing some of Pink Floyd’s greatest hits.

Making their third appearance at the venue in Collingwood Road, the band will be playing the entire Dark Side Of The Moon album throughout an evening of top entertainment.

The classic album was Pink Floyd’s eighth and a whopping 45 million copies have been sold worldwide.

New to this year’s show will be a projector screen which will be displaying visual effects on stage.

Mimik Floyd’s Ian Barrett, who plays keyboards, said: “We’ve been wanting to add the projector bit for a while now but it was a case of building up to it.

“We had to make sure we got the right equipment and the projector could be sat on stage with us.

“It really helps to make it quite a visual show, just as much as it is an audio one.

“We’ve had a really good reaction to it and it seems to have added something extra.

“Pink Floyd used to do it quite a lot and would always display political messages on the screen. They were quite opinionated like that.

“I guess we have tried to do the same but obviously make it a bit more relevant by using images of Donald Trump and Boris Johnson.”

Pink Floyd sold more than 250 million albums and are still widely regarded as one of the greatest rock bands ever.

Mimik Floyd aim to create an authentic experience similar to that of their heroes.

There are a few seats still left for next month’s concert, which takes place on Saturday, December 7, at 7.30pm.

Tickets cost £16 and can be purchased at the visitor information centre in Witham Town Hall or contact the venue on 0345 017 8717.