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St David's Hall is closed to the public until Monday 4 January 2021 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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We would like to inform you that the Amy Wadge concert on Tuesday 31 March and Monday 14 September 2020 have been postponed to Saturday 3 April 2021, 8pm due to the ongoing situation with the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.
The tickets you currently hold will be valid for the new date. We hope you will be able to make the new rescheduled date.
Hey lovely people. I’m so happy to announce a new set of dates for my tour. My main objective is keeping everyone safe to enjoy the show so I’ve decided to postpone all gigs until next year. Tickets are still valid can’t wait to see you so much love and stay safe xx
Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter Amy Wadge makes a welcome return to the live circuit following the staggering success of BBC Wales drama Keeping Faith.
Amy wrote six original songs for the series, which stars fellow Royal College of Music & Drama graduate and friend Eve Myles in the lead role.
Born in Bristol, Amy has adopted Wales as her homeland ever since starting her studies in Cardiff over 20 years ago and was thrilled to win a BAFTA Cymru Award in 2018 for Faith’s Song – the amazing theme tune to Keeping Faith.
Most notably Amy has collaborated several times with Ed Sheeran with whom she wrote the No.1 hit Thinking Out Loud, which won the 2016 Grammy Award for Song of the Year.
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Amy has been performing and releasing music since leaving the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama over 20 years ago. The practicalities of combining family life with music led Amy to spend more time co-writing with other artistes.
Amy has recently written and recorded six original songs for the hit BBC Wales drama, 'Keeping Faith'. “Faith’s Song” is the theme song to this series.
With a Grammy already under her belt for having co-written Ed Sheeran's world wide hit 'Thinking Out Loud', Amy was an obvious choice for lead actress and fellow RWCMD graduate, Eve Myles when it came to finding the perfect artist to write the music for the thriller series.
Amy was honoured to have been asked and was sent the scripts which she then used to compose the music that would reflect the lead character's journey throughout the series. Each of the six songs are featured across the episodes and provide an emotional underscore that proved to make a powerful connection between the show's characters and viewers alike.
Amy has written and recorded original songs for both series of the hit BBC Wales drama, 'Keeping Faith’. “Faith’s Song” is the theme song to this series. It won a Welsh Bafta last year.
WhenKeeping Faithwas released last April, the TV series broke iPlayer records for its most-viewed non-network show.