Join the University of Hertfordshire’s resident de Havilland Philharmonic Orchestra, and award-winning children’s illustrator and author James Mayhew for a wonderful Christmas concert for the whole family – Sounds of the Sea.
Hosted by UH Arts + Culture, the Orchestra will be playing fabulous sea-themed favourites by Mendelssohn, Debussy, Wagner and Rimsky-Korsakov, while Mayhew paints his illustrations live on stage, in perfect synchronicity with the music – his paintings projected onto a big screen for all to enjoy.
Come and be swept away in this swashbuckling concert! The tales of ghostly pirates, sunken cities, minstrels, and mermaids are guaranteed to enchant and delight.
This is a Double Bill, so there will be two 60-minute concerts taking place on Sunday 26 November: at 14:00 and at 16:00 in the 450-seater Weston Auditorium on the de Havilland campus at the University of Hertfordshire (AL10 9EU).
Tickets are available for newly reduced rates – between £12–£5 (FREE for carers and UH students) – from the website: www.uharts.co.uk or by calling the Box Office 01707 281 127 (open Mon-Fri 10:00-12:00).
+ Free and accessible parking
+ Wheelchair accessible seats, please call the Box Office to book
+ Complimentary tickets for carers
+ Ground level entrance, ramp + lift for easy access
+ Induction loop available
+ Accessible toilets about 50m from the Auditorium
Image credits: Sounds of the Sea illustration by James Mayhew © James Mayhew