PROG rock fans can celebrate half a century of Pink Floyd's timeless music at the West Cliff Theatre this Saturday.

It's 50 years since the band released The Piper at the Gates of Dawn back in 1967.

They went on to have 14 more top ten albums, with five hitting the number one spot.

Tribute band Think Floyd have spent more than 20 years recreating the legendary live sound and are back with music from all 15 albums to celebrate the landmark anniversary.

They work their way through through A Saucerful of Secrets, Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here, to the band’s 2014 final release The Endless River.

The lads started as a covers band in London and started playing Comfortably Numb as an encore before deciding to dedicate an entire evening to Floyd tracks.

The show became a regular event and in 1994 Think Floyd was born, featuring Tony Red, Peter Mizen, Paul Whisker and Brian Duel.

The line-up has evolved over the years and is now made up of Lewis Hall on bass, guitarist Richard Morse, drummer Steven Farmer and Kirk McLeod on keyboards.

The production is backed by an impressive laser light show and a dedicated team of sound and lighting engineers

Clacton is the band's fourth port of call on a 25-date UK tour which kicked off last week.

Tickets are £20.50 from the box office on 01255 433344.