A UNIQUE rendition of David Bowie’s Space Oddity is being performed at a special concert.

BBC broadcaster Mark Radcliffe and his friend Paul Langley will be back on stage in their hometown of Knutsford for a charity gig.

The duo Une will be joining community choirs Knutsford Beats and Knutsford Star Choir to raise funds for Ukraine.

Knutsford Guardian: Knutsford BeatsKnutsford Beats

The pair presented a spectacular electronic music and light show in March.

Mark said: “We’re pleased to be back at St John’s so soon after our own gig there to join our friends in the Star Choir and The Beats to help with their charity endeavours.

Knutsford Guardian: Une performing at St John's Parish Church Une performing at St John's Parish Church

“We’ll be doing a little guest spot for two of which we will be joined by Di Healey’s heavenly cloud of voices and we can’t wait to hear it all ringing out in that beautiful space.”

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The concert takes place at 7.30pm on Friday, June 3.

Anne Baker, one of the organisers, said: “There will be an amazing eclectic mix of songs during the evening including a cover of David Bowie’s Space Oddity like you’ve never heard it before.

Knutsford Guardian: Knutsford Star ChoirKnutsford Star Choir

“So come and join us for an entertaining evening packed with music, good company, food and wine and help us to make a difference.”

A licensed bar will be open and food will be available from Copper 29.

Proceeds will be shared between two charities, Refugee Support Europe, which is providing food and clothing on the Ukrainian borders, and British-Ukraine Aid, which is delivering medical aid to the physically injured and care and support to orphaned children.

Tickets priced £12, £10 concessions are available from 07957 509712.