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RECENT EVENTS - Teenage Cancer Trust: Noel Gallagher and special guests including Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon

Saturday 23 March 2013 - 7:30 PM

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Approximate end time 11:00pm

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Teenage Cancer Trust season curator Noel Gallagher will take to the Royal Albert Hall stage once again for a night with special guests including Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon.

Noel Gallagher has recently completed a mammoth and highly successful 15 month World Tour in support of his million selling debut solo album Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. In that time he also won the NME Godlike Genius Award, the Q Icon Award and saw his album awarded double platinum status in the UK.

Noel is no stranger to Teenage Cancer Trust’s annual event, having performed at the very first show in 2000 alongside Roger Daltrey and appearing again in 2002, 2003, 2007 as well as playing two sell-out solo shows in 2010.

He will be joined by special guests, including Blur's Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon.

Albarn has had a number of other releases outside of Blur, including with Gorillaz, The Good The Bad and The Queen and Rocket Juice and the Moon. Guitarist Coxon has released eight studio albums, most recently A+E which was released in 2012 to widespread critical acclaim.

Teenage Cancer Trust is the only UK charity dedicated to improving the quality of life and chances of survival for the six young people aged between 13 and 24 diagnosed with cancer every day.  We build specialist units within NHS hospitals bringing young people together to be treated by teenage cancer experts in a place designed just for them. We want every young person with cancer to have access to this specialist support, no matter where they live.

Traditionally treated alongside children or elderly patients at the end of their lives, young people can feel extremely isolated during treatment, some never meeting another young person with cancer. Being treated alongside others their own age can make a huge difference to their whole experience.

Teenage Cancer Trust also educates young people and health professionals about cancer to ensure a swift diagnosis and referral to specialist support. Cancer in young people is rare but we want young people to know the common signs and symptoms so they can seek medical advice if they are worried.

We rely solely on donations to fund our vital work.  You can help transform the lives of young people with cancer. Visit www.teenagecancertrust.org to find out how.

Teenage Cancer Trust is a registered charity, no. 1062559 (England and Wales) and SCO39757 (Scotland).