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Released on March 14th, 2011, a double-CD of the complete three-act ballet score for "The Most Incredible Thing", performed by Pet Shop Boys with the Wrocław Score Orchestra conducted by Dominic Wheeler.
The clock 1/2/3
The clock 4/5/6
The clock 7/8/9
The clock 10/11/12
Back to the grind
The miracle - Ceremony
The miracle - Revolution
The miracle - Resurrection
The miracle - Colour and light
The miracle - The meeting (reprise)
The never-ending tour is ending.
Italy and Slovenia.
The Electric tour sparks back into action.
Pet Shop Boys add a third Spanish date to their 2015 tour.
The Electric 2015 tour will come to Sweden this summer.
2000: Chris and Neil perform in Budapest, Hungary.
2001: The Boys announce the cancellation (officially a 'postponement') of their planned Wotapalava touring music festival.
2005: The Pet Shop Boys headline the Live 8 charity concert in Moscow.
2006: They bring their Fundamental tour to Liverpool, England.
2009: They perform at the Old Ice Hall in Helsinki.
2010: Neil attends the opening of the 'Room Divider' exhibition at London's Wilkinson Gallery in London. A demo portion of his and Chris's new ballet score could be heard as part of the show. Neil asks them, in his own words, to 'turn it up a bit.'
2011: The second PSB/Take That show at Wembley Stadium takes place tonight. This same evening sees the premiere episode of a new three-part documentary TV series on BBC2, Secrets of the Pop Song; Neil is among the participating commentators.
2012: The single 'Winner' gets its world premiere on Ken Bruce's BBC Radio 2 show this morning.
2014: The Guardian reports that Neil has expressed his support for striking workers at Lambeth College in London by sending the University and College Union (UCU) a photo of him holding up a sign that reads 'Lambeth UCU - Your fight is our fight.'
We're in Ljubljana and it's stopped raining! Looking forward to our first concert in Slovenia - tonight at 11.30. Neil x