Paul Young broke into the big time 40 years ago when No Parlez went to number one and spawned iconic hits like Wherever I Lay My Hat (That’s My Home).
More success followed with the number one album The Secret Of Association and the worldwide hit Everytime You Go Away, not forgetting an appearance at Live Aid and more. Paul sustained that success – while having fun in his tex-mex band, Los Pacaminos.
Now, on the 40th anniversary of No Parlez, he’s releasing a remarkable new record and publishing his extraordinary memoir; both called Behind The Lens. He’s touring the UK, too, where he’ll meet fans, sing hits and tell stories about his incredible career.
It’s time to revel in the classic hits and learn the stories behind them as Paul steps out from Behind The Lens.
VIP Ticket Options:
£80 Meet & Greet Ticket: Package includes premium seating, goody bag and pre-show meet and greet with Paul - please arrive at 5.45pm for Meet & Greet at 6.00pm.
£45. VIP Ticket : Package includes premium seating and goody bag.
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