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Public Service Broadcasting Plays Auckland’s Powerstation

Public Service Broadcasting Plays Auckland’s Powerstation 3/6


Public Service Broadcasting are one of the most exciting live acts in the UK.

With 5 star reviews and unique production, this first NZ headline at Auckland’s Powerstation on Thurs May 3 is an unmissable chance to be fully surrounded by the PSB rollercoaster of sound & vision.

PSB weave samples from old public information films, archive footage and propaganda material around live instruments and electronics. Simultaneous projection beams stunning accompanying visual footage and the audience is fully immersed in the moment. ‘Everest’ will be a highlight, of course!


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