Public Service Broadcasting heads deep underground for Polish concert
PR dla Zagranicy
The London-based Public Service Broadcasting trio is set to give a concert on Sunday night at the Guido coal mine museum located 320 metres underground in Zabrze, southern Poland.
Public Service Broadcasting at the National Space Centre. Photo: Paul Hudson/Flickr.com (CC BY 2.0)
The British musicians were invited for a guest performance to mark Miners Day, which coincides with miners' patron Saint Barbara's feast day, known in Poland as Barbórka.
The Guido complex, currently celebrating its 10th anniversary, is an underground cultural centre located in a former coal mine.
Guido's stage has been graced by such outstanding artists as violinist Nigel Kennedy, the singer Fish from Marillion, and the world-famous Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki who conducted several concerts there.