The Queens Hall
44 High Street
MUSIC & THEATRE EVENTS POSTPONED TILL 1ST JUNE 2021 - READ OUR STATEMENT HERE
Join us 26st February 2021 at 7pm for an EXCLUSIVE 'Queens Hall Acoustic Sessions' Livestream with 2 incredible, exciting Pembs-based artists.
"I'm an indie singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from West Wales. I write songs about things that feel real to me, in hope that they'll feel real to other people. If I can talk about things we've been told we shouldn't, and help people connect to feelings they tucked away in their teens, then I'll be happy when I'm old. So I'm giving it a go.
I'm 26, I'm gay, and I live in a caravan. With music, I would love to help break down walls of pretence: to question the comfortable boxes we put ourselves in and cut straight through to something more real. In 2019 I resettled back home on the most western tip of Wales. During winter, I collected second hand and borrowed equipment produced an album in the corner of my caravan. Learning as I went along, I recorded songs that I'd written and gigged over the previous year and mixed and mastered them myself. I released my debut album, 'Sheelah', in June. This album encapsulates my early 20s – frustration with the way things are, heart breaks over and over again, learning to be vulnerable, sex, magic, feminism, lesbianism, drugs, tiny fringes and many, many clean slates."
Rosey Cale is a Country Pop Singer/Songwriter from Pembrokeshire, South Wales. Through her distinctive voice and forthright style Rosey has been capturing audiences across the UK with her musicality and lyrical honesty and has been compared to the likes of Sara Bareilles, Shania Twain and Taylor Swift.
Rosey’s latest single Secrets released in May 2020 is about the truth of betrayal and are the words she wished we said during a difficult time in her life. She has co-written her single ‘Whiskey Than Wine’ with Amy Wadge (Co-writer of Ed Sheeran’s ‘Thinking Out Loud’) which tells the story of her Grandfather’s relationship with alcohol following the death of her Grandmother when she was six. The song was released in both English and Welsh (under the title ‘Y Gytgan Anghyflawn’) and has had numerous plays on BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio Cymru. Rosey supported Amy Wadge at the Torch Theatre, Milford Haven. In 2019 Rosey performed in the UK tour of the award-winning musical Eye Of The Storm where she took the lead role of Emmie Price, which also went to Hong Kong at the beginning of 2019.
Acsess only via our YouTube Channel