Diary date for Welsh star in club bid for variety
She has famously sung for the Pope, the Queen and Bill Clinton.
And now the people of Bath are going to get the chance to hear Charlotte Church perform when she comes to the city in the spring.
The Voice of an Angel star has confirmed she will be playing at Moles, in George Street, as part of a string of new dates ahead of the release of her latest work.
While her music profile has waned in recent years, she has been working on a series of five EPs, with the first, ONE, released last October.
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The 26-year-old, who has been prominent in the campaign against phone hacking, will be playing in Bath to coincide with the second in the series, TWO, going on sale.
Moles promotions manager Liam Baker admitted that Church's music was a slightly different offering to the club's usual performers, but said it had been broadening the variety of live shows since it was taken over by DJ Tom Maddicott in September.
He said: "We are looking to widen our horizons and put on a good range of live music.
"She has had a very diverse career, ranging from pop to her choral pieces, and we know there are going to be a number of fans that will want to come and listen to her.
"She has got a new pop-oriented album coming out soon and we were approached by her people, so this is something they have wanted to push."
Church rose to fame at the age of 11 when she got her first break singing down the phone on the This Morning TV show.
Her classically-trained voice, combined with her young age, meant she became an overnight success and her debut album sold millions all over the world. In 2005 she made the switch to pop and secured a No 2 slot with her first single, Crazy Chick.
However, it has been her private life which has dominated the headlines over the past few years, following her relationship with Welsh rugby star Gavin Henson. The couple have two children together, but split a few years ago.
The Moles gig will take place on Wednesday, March 6, starting at 7pm and tickets cost £12 in advance or £15 on the door.
For more information and to buy tickets go to www.moles. co.uk.