Statement from Matt Cardle
“I’m very sorry to have to postpone my ‘Letters Anniversary Live’ shows this November & December.
Unfortunately, to be truthful with you, as a family we have been dealing with a very difficult situation for some time. This has recently resulted in me spending pretty much all my time looking after my family. As a result I can not rehearse this special show to the standard that it should be for you all and I hope that you will understand why I need to postpone the show at The Stables on December 18th (one of my absolute favourites) and all other UK live shows for the rest of this year.
I’m sorry to let so many of you down who have been so incredibly loyal in buying tickets and wanting to join me & the band in celebrating this album. I promise that I’ll be back on the road as soon as possible in the near future but this won’t be until 2023.”
Multi-platinum selling recording artist Matt Cardle returns to The Stables after several sold-out shows, this time he will celebrate the anniversary of his 2011 platinum-selling debut album ‘Letters’.
Matt’s BRIT nominated debut album includes the #2 Gary Barlow penned ‘Run For Your Life’, the singles ‘Amazing’ and ‘Starlight’ plus, the #1 million-selling single ‘When We Collide’ that Matt first performed to over 19 million people when he won The X Factor in 2010. Matt is also known for his Top 10 duet with Melanie C ‘Loving You’ and his incredible rendition of ‘First Time Ever I Saw Your Face’.
This special anniversary show will see the debut album performed in full for the very first time with a full live band. Additionally there will be songs from Matt’s three other studio albums The Fire (2012), Porcelain (2013) and Time To Be Alive (2018).
Matt is a multi-platinum selling recording artist having clocked up over 21 million streams alongside in excess of 2.2 million record sales. In addition to Matt’s acclaimed output as a solo artist, he has established himself as an award-winning West End actor; appearing as Huey Calhoon in Memphis (alongside Beverley Knight), Wally Strand in Baz Lurhman’s Strictly Ballroom and as Pilate in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar.