We are currently using an automated seat selection system which ensures that all bookings are spaced apart in accordance with current social distancing guidelines
- When you click through to the book tickets page, select the number of seats you require (up to a maximum of 6).
- If you're happy to sit anywhere in the auditorium, just press Continue and complete your booking. The automated system will allocate you your seat numbers.
- If you want to choose a specific area to sit in, please tick in the boxes marked All Seating Areas and All Price Bands - this will clear all of the boxes - and then select the specific Seating Area and Price Band you would like - one from each, two boxes in total - these will need to match up in terms of description and price. The automated system will allocate you the best available seats within your chosen area.
If you require any help with your booking or have particular access needs, please email the box office at firstname.lastname@example.org
(We will be relocating this concert from the Mancini Forum, where it was originally scheduled to take place, to the Jim Marshall Auditorium to ensure that audience groupings can be socially distanced.)
Ace jazz trumpeter Paul Higgs plays with a sublime tone and breathtaking technique. He has performed with Johnny Dankworth, Lulu, Tony Hatch, John Williams, Peggy Lee and Nancy Wilson. He has also performed in major concert venues around the world.
Paul is renowned for his magical sound and exceptional skill. His great sensitivity, high energy and his own skill as a composer make him revered equally by audiences and musicians alike. Playing with Paul in this celebration of Henry Mancini are the outstanding trio Neil Angilley (piano), George Double (drums), and Jerome Davies (bass).
Paul Higgs presents a show of tunes by the great Henry Mancini. Known as one of the most versatile talents in contemporary music, Mancini was an American composer, conductor and arranger of film and television scores. One of the greatest composers in the history of film, he won 20 Grammys and 4 Academy Awards, and was nominated for countless other honours. Paul plays a selection of his favourites, which include Arabesque, Lujon, Baby Elephant Walk, Mr. Lucky, Dreamsville and Meglio Stasera.