Come and celebrate St David’s Day with world class tenor Paul Potts and special guest Natasha Marsh.
Paul Potts was an amateur singer who won the first Britain’s Got Talent show in 2007 by famously performing the aria ‘Nessun Dorma’ from Giacomo Puccini’s opera ‘Turandot’, wowing the audience and judges.
In 2013 his memoir ‘One Chance’ was published as a companion to a film of his life by the same name, which starred James Corden in the leading role.
Since then he has won legions of fans and gone on to perform all over the world; only last year he took on two full length opera roles for the first time in his professional career.
Paul Potts is still touching people’s lives all around the world, and he’s about to release perhaps his most ambitious release yet, On Stage, a collection of songs he’s been inspired by or performed in leading roles – from Broadway to the West End – during his extraordinary career. Paul says, “I spent months listening to so many powerful songs and discovering which ones I really connected with. I also had my professional opera debuts last year in London and in Szeged in Hungary. I had great fun in performing the roles of Cavaradossi and Steersman in the productions of Tosca and The Flying Dutchman, and it would be remiss of me to not include pieces that I have performed ‘on stage’”