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St David's Hall is currently closed 

St David's Hall is closed to the public until further notice as we are adhering to the advice provided by the UK Government The safety of our patrons, staff and artists are of utmost importance. Please keep checking the website for the latest updates.

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Time Credits

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Here at St David’s Hall we are very pleased to be involved with the Time Credits scheme. Run by Tempo (formerly Spice) a charity started in Wales in 2008 the scheme is now at work across the UK. Their vision is one of strong, connected communities where everyone’s time is valued. 

Time Credits are a way of recognising the amazing things people do in their communities, with everyone’s time worth the same, volunteering at one of the many projects taking part in the scheme. These range from Wales Wildlife Watch, Global Gardens, Recovery Cymru, Whitchurch Cycling Club, Work Clubs in Rhondda Cynon Taf and many other great projects. The credits can then be spent at many leisure outlets, including selected events at St David’s Hall and New Theatre. 

Look out for the symbol above to see where the Time Credit scheme applies* and visit timecredits.com for further information.

*subject to availability, Terms & conditions apply

List of shows available:


  •  Sam Sweeney Band
     Roots Unearthed 
     Tuesday 24 November 2020, 8pm
     Level 3 Lounge | 2 credits 

     After embarking on a solo career, releasing his debut solo album The Unfinished Violin on Island. 
     Records and touring it to sell-out crowds on the 2019 album launch tour, Sam is releasing his 
     highly anticipated second solo album in Spring 2020.  

     Sam and his new band are putting something into English music that has never been there
     before.  This album has the swagger and groove of traditional English music with the huge sound,
     flair, energy and festival spirit of bands coming out of the Celtic and Scandinavian music scenes. 

     The new album occupies a very different sound to The Unfinished Violin.  Leaving string sections,
     piano, and harmonium behind, the new band features acoustic and electric guitars and double 


  • Alis Huws
    Lunchtime Concerts
    Tuesday 16 February 2021, 1pm
    2 credits 

    Newly appointed Official Harpist to HRH The Prince of Wales, Alis Huws is a freelance soloist and
    chamber musician. She has played for the Royal Family on several occasions, and given
    performances across Europe and the Far East. 

    Alis performs regularly at high profile events for the Welsh Assembly Government, including the
    opening of their new offices at the British Embassy in Berlin last year, their St David’s Day
    celebrations at Lancaster House, and the official Royal opening of the Senedd in 2016. Earlier this
    year, she was invited to perform at Buckingham Palace to mark 50 years since the investiture of
    HRH The Prince of Wales. 

MARCH 2021

  • Mavron Quartet
    Lunchtime Concerts
    Tuesday 2 March 2021, 1pm
    2 credits

    Fresh from recent performances in St Petersburg, Russia, the Mavron Quartet return for another
    captivating lunchtime concert. Continuing the Russian theme, the Mavrons will present Prokofiev’s
    String Quartet No. 1 alongside Mozart's String Quartet No. 15 in D minor. 

    Come and experience another exhilarating performance from St David's Hall's ensemble in
    residence, the Mavron Quartet.

  • Jamie Smith's MABON
    Roots Unearthed
    Tuesday 30 March 2021, 8pm   
    Level 3 Lounge | 2 credits 

    A lot can change in twenty years!  
    Like a high-end cheese, Mabon matured gradually into the virtuosic Titans of original, interceltic
    music that they are today.

    Two decades of sparky jigs and slammin’ reels; stirring songs and exquisite ballads; award-
    winning performances, mighty banter and a faithful following of ardent fans -this is a band that
    knows its stuff. 

APRIL 2021

  • Capital City Jazz Orchestra & guest soloist, Enrico Tomasso
    Tuesday 27 April 2021, 8pm   
    Level 3 Lounge | 2 credits 

    Enrico Tomasso will join the CCJO. A top trumpeter on the jazz scene. Enrico has won the
    British Jazz Awards five times. Performing at major festivals and jazz clubs around Europe, his
    exciting personality and presence on stage as well as his command of the instrument and stylistic
    invention makes him an outstanding musician, much in demand for live performances and period
    jazz styles in the studio. He has met and was mentored by Louis Armstrong as a child and has
    played with many jazz maestros on his journey.

JUNE 2021

  • Lady Maisery
    Roots Unearthed
    Tuesday 1 June 2021, 8pm  
    Level 3 Lounge | 2 credits 

    In an English folk scene currently bursting with bold and innovative music, Lady Maisery shine
    brightly. In 2016 The Guardian described theirs as “some of the most exquisite, thrilling vocal
    harmony work in the English folk scene”. With their unique approach to harmony singing,
    intelligent and thoughtful arrangements of both traditional repertoire and original compositions,
    multi-instrumentalists and singers Hazel Askew, Hannah James and Rowan Rheingans harness
    and celebrate their united voice.

  • City Voices Cardiff Be Inspired!
    Sunday 27 June 2021, 2.30pm 

    Since debuting at St David’s Hall in 2013 City Voices Cardiff have always delighted audiences with their concerts and this summer will be no different. 

    They present an epic choral concert for the winner inside all of us with songs that motivate and inspire, truly encapsulating all that is best about the Olympic Spirit.   
    Stirring anthems and heroic visions, Olympic themes and patriotic blockbusters all brought together for one night only with the choral forces of City Voices Cardiff under their musical director Simon Curtis. 

JULY 2021

  • Midnight Skyracer
    Roots Unearthed
    Monday 26 July 2021, 8pm   
    Level 3 Lounge | 2 credits 

    IBMA Momentum Award nominated bluegrass band, Midnight Skyracer have been tearing up the UK bluegrass and folk scene since their inception less than two years ago. Their all star lineup and exciting live performances have sent them racing skywards at an astounding pace right from the start.


  • Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra: Opera Spectacular!
    Friday 15 October 2021, 7.30pm
    2 credits 

    If you want to enter the world of opera, without having to sit through a whole production, then this concert is for you. Essentially it’s the highlights from some of the greatest operas ever written….., the moments in an opera that bring the house down in operas such as Carmen, Aida, Samson and Delilah, Turandot, Cavalleria rusticana, La boheme and more besides.

  • Capital City Jazz Orchestra & guest soloist, Alex Garnett
    Tuesday 19 October 2021, 8pm
    Level 3 Lounge | 2 credits

    Alex Garnett has been one of the leading saxophonists in the UK and Mainland Europe for over 2 decades, being instantly recognized by his dark, husky sound. A hugely versatile musician and first call sideman, he has enjoyed success as both a professional creative jazz artist, composer and arranger, and an in demand session, studio and commercial saxophonist, having racked up countless album sideman and recording credits along the way.


  • Show of Hands
    Sunday 28 November 2021, 7.30pm
    2 credits 

    Following their most successful tour to date last year the four piece reunites for a brand new tour in 2020. Steve Knightley, Phil Beer, Miranda Sykes and Cormac Byrne have been described as the ‘Show of Hands supergroup whose combined musicianship is nothing short of magical!’

    The ‘Tyne to Tamar’ Tour will revisit the singles from the last twenty years: fans can look forward to some of Show of Hands greatest releases such as Roots, AIG and The Keeper, with more depth and intensity of sound than ever before.

    Willy Porter from the US will be the special guest on this tour – bringing an electrifying, dynamic fusion of indie-folk and rock with a set which is equal parts grit, soul, and muscle and wholly original.

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