Eve will be attending Starfury’s Invasion 5 from October 12-14th 2018 at the Renaissance Hotel in Heathrow, London:
After attending Starfury’s Midnight (2012), Invasion 3 (2013) and Miracle Day (2014, ’15, ’16 and ’17) conventions, fans are looking forward to seeing Eve at this one too! Tickets are available here on the Starfury website and the discounted hotel booking code should be announced within the upcoming weeks. For updates on the event, make sure you like our Facebook page and we hope to see you there!
Eve will be attending the Heroes & Villains Fan Fest in London on Saturday 26th May – Sunday 27th May 2018, which is being held at Olympia London in Hammersmith:
Tickets to the event can be purchased here, however due to the fact Eve has never done a convention with Heroes & Villains before we are, at current, unaware of how much her autograph and photo opportunities will be. This information should be released in the upcoming days and will be announced on the Heroes & Villain’s Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as our official Facebook page:
Eve joins John, Gareth, Naoko and Kai at HVFF London in May. Sophie – EveMyles.Net
Eve will also be joined by Torchwood co-stars John Barrowman (Captain Jack Harkness), Kai Owen (Rhys Williams), Naoko Mori (Toshiko Sato) and Gareth David-Lloyd (Ianto Jones) – many fans are also hoping for the appearance of Burn Gorman (Owen Harper) to make a full-cast appearance although we are still waiting for confirmation of this!
The English-speaking version of Un Bore Mercher(Keeping Faith) started on Tuesday 13th February 2018 and even if you caught the Welsh-speaking twin, it is definitely worth the watch. Keeping Faith offers 8 minutes more of content due to that fact it is aired on the advert-free BBC One Wales, not to mention the fact that if you’re a non-welshie you can concentrate on the stunning visuals without the mind-consuming subtitles!
You can catch episode #1 here on BBC iPlayer, which will be available there for 2 months – a DVD release is likely but at the moment we have no confirmation, so make sure you watch!
Keeping Faith continues next week on BBC One Wales at 9pm so make sure you tune in:
Channel 101 (Wales)
Sky Channel (Rest of UK) – 952 (SD)/ 978 (HD)
Freesat (Rest of UK) – 964 (SD)/ 976 (HD)
Virgin Media (Rest of UK) – 864
Eve also did a lovely interview with Wynne Evans from BBC Radio Wales about the first episode – which you can listen to here.
Eve’s latest project, Un Bore Mercher / Keeping Faith will be premiering on S4C on Sunday 5th November 2017!
This is the Welsh speaking version of the television series, the English speaking version being expected on BBC Wales in January 2018.
Here is a short synopsis of the programme as provided by BAFTA Cymru.
Faith discovers that her home in the picturesque town (Carmarthenshire), which is a haven for her and her family, also harbours dark secrets which threaten their future. In pursuit of the truth, Faith steps out of her comfortable existence, as a devout mother and wife, and becomes an uncompromising detective – battling for her family in her quest to discover the truth. For the first time, she is willing to take risks, and she finds strength to seek out the truth.
As well as featuring Eve Myles in her first ever Welsh language role, the cast includes some of Wales’ best-loved talent, including Matthew Gravelle (Broadchurch, 35 Diwrnod, Y Gwyll/Hinterland), Mali Harries (Y Gwyll/Hinterland), Mark Lewis Jones (Byw Celwydd, Stella, National Treasure) and Aneirin Hughes (Y Gwyll/Hinterland).
And here is one of the first short teaser-trailers released for the upcoming series!
(Many thanks to Cazie for uploading this for us!)
Eve has also recently done an interview for Wales Online about her new role:
“It’s a long story,” said 39-year-old Eve, during the quickest of chats between some intense, back-to-back filming.
Pondering for a moment, she adds: “Maybe, three years ago, Pip [Broughton, the director] got in touch with me about the part and was very excited about it and very dedicated to it, and would love me to play the part of Faith.
“She explained to me it was going to be Welsh and English and I don’t speak Welsh – I didn’t speak Welsh,” she adds with a laugh after realising she’s been speaking Welsh for the last few hours on set.
The first two episodes of Un Bore Mercher have aired and everyone seems to be loving it! If you have missed the first two episodes of the welsh-speaking version of the programme, you can catch up on BBC iPlayer here.
For those living outside of the UK unfortunately we’re unsure as to when you will be able to watch the television series, although there have been talks of it appearing on Netflix – we will update on any news shortly!