Simon can offer various styles of performance to suit your event / venue:
* Cabaret style comedy-vocal show - for holiday centres, hotels, casinos
* Classy cabaret show with saxophone featuring musical theatre, ballads and jazz/swing standards -
great for corporate events, weddings
* Solo saxophone - ballads, jazz, easy listening with sax and vocal - 'background' style ideal for cocktail receptions,
wine bars, product launches
Over the years, Simon has performed at various holiday centres, hotels and casinos here in the UK and abroad.
As a comedy vocalist, Simon's cabaret set features great vocals, quirky humour and saxophone skills straight out of the top draw. With over 20 years experience as a professional musician and entertainer,
Simon is a very much in-demand act throughout the UK. Simon's list of clients spans across Devon ,Cornwall, Somerset and Dorset and he can be found singing and entertaining with his saxophone at various venues across the region.
Review from Vern Allen Group ltd. Showcase Nov 22 2017
" Larger than life vocalist and saxophonist Simon Mansfield opened with Relight My Fire before giving us an excellent rendition of She's Like The Wind from Dirty Dancing. With a lovely line in patter, Mr Mansfield finished with a first class instrumental version of Baker Street " - UK Cabaret Magazine
Simon has hosted some of the industry's leading showcases and charity events including Hartbeat, Vern Allen Group Ltd, Studio One Showcase, Trevor George Entertainment Agency, The Act Factory, Barclays, Vodafone, Lupton House, Oxford Hafla, Scope, Cancer Research, Babbacombe Theatre, Showtime Showcase, Derriford Hospital, Rotary Club and many more.
Able to think lightning fast on his feet, Simon is a confident and professional compere oozing charisma and brandishing a devilish observational humour!
A couple of showcase reviews....
"The embodiment of the less is more school of comedy, Mansfield has a sharp observational eye for what’s going on around him and his understated wickedness is impressive. No doubt any hecklers would quickly be put to the sword by him. His deadpan patter is entertaining and he is also very nifty on the sax, as he showed later when blowing along to Luther Vandross". -
Derek Smith, The Stage