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Piano Man holds the key to success

Cirencester's Ingleside House welcomes Tom Seals - Piano Man on Friday 19 and Saturday 20 November, the second in their 2021 instalments of live entertainment and dinner.

Last month the country's best Frankie Valli tribute act wowed Cirencester but now it is the turn of the man who the industry is already referring to as "quite possibly the future of jazz and blues".

Fresh from his sell-out "Let the Good Times Roll" tour, Tom Seals has the world at his fingertips. His virtuoso soloing, excellent improvisation skills and distinctive voice have left audiences worldwide hailing him as the UK's finest boogie-woogie and blues pianist and vocalist.

Still only in his twenties, Seals is surely destined for greatness. Hot on the heels of sold-out shows across the globe including London's legendary Ronnie Scott's, Birdland Jazz Club on Broadway in New York and working with Jools Holland, Tom Seals' star is destined to soar stratospherically in 2021 with the release of his debut album, own TV show and festival appearances worldwide.

Featuring hits by Elton John, Billy Joel, Stevie Wonder and many more, sit back and prepare to be amazed at one man and his piano.

The new show's curators and hosts are none other than West End stars, Heather Lundstedt Price and Stuart Matthew Price. "The reaction to Frankie's Guys was amazing and we know Tom is another great act that will have everyone dancing," said Stuart. "The Barn Theatre, Ingleside and Teatro have made us feel so welcome."

Each show will take place in the grounds of Ingleside, in the newly equipped pavilion space behind Teatro's Firepit garden dining area. Ticket prices are from £45-£60 which includes a three-course dinner prepared by the highly rated team behind Teatro. A limited number of non-dining seats are available from £35.

Tickets are sold through the Barn website: barntheatre.org.uk/entertainment-at-ingleside 

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