Wednesday 6 March  |  2pm - 4pm | In person
Venue, Metronome

Guy Chambers


Guy Chambers is one of the UK’s most successful living songwriters, having worked with artists and writers including Tina Turner, Kylie Minogue, Busted, Melanie C, James Blunt, Mark Ronson, and many more.


Guy is best known for his collaborations with Robbie Williams, co-writing some of Williams’ most iconic hits including ‘Angels’, ‘Millennium’, ‘Feel’, ‘Let Me Entertain You’ and ‘Rock DJ’.

Their first work together, Williams’ debut solo album ‘Life Thru A Lens’, was released in 1997, with singles ‘Angles’ and ‘Let Me Entertain You’ helping to propel the album into the UK No.1 spot. Over the next five years, the pair wrote and recorded a string of four hit albums in ‘I’ve Been Expecting You’, ‘Sing When You’re Winning’ and ‘Escapology’. All topped the UK album charts, as well as reaching No. 1 in several other countries worldwide. That’s not to forget the dozen or so hit singles, including four UK No.1s.

In 2019 Chambers released his debut solo album ‘Go Gentle Into The Light’ a collection of some of the best-loved songs that he and Williams have written together.

For his work with Robbie Williams, Chambers has won multiple awards, including three BRITS; three Ivor Novello awards including Song of the Decade for ‘Angels’), and a Q Classics Songwriter award.

Aside from writing undeniable pop anthems, Guy Chambers has turned his hand to TV, film and stage. He’s created a children’s folk opera based on the Oscar Wilde short story ‘The Selfish Giant’ which premiered at Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End in 2018. In 2019, he and Robbie teamed up with Chris Heath to compose the music and lyrics to the RSC musical adaptation of David Walliams’ best-selling book ‘The Boy in the Dress’.

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This session will take place in the Venue, Metronome.