The Teenage Cancer Trust has announced the bands taking part in its annual gigs at the Royal Albert Hall.

  • Olly Murs – Monday 27 March
  • An evening of comedy hosted by Romesh Ranganathan with special guests Jo Brand and Kevin Bridges, plus more names to be announced – Wednesday 29 March
  • The Who play Tommy (100th show) – Thursday 30 March
  • Paul Weller – Friday 31 March
  • The Who play Tommy – Saturday 1 April
  • Pet Shop Boys with special guest Johnny Marr, performing with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – Sunday 2 April

This year’s shows are generously supported by headline sponsors Aldi and associate sponsors American Airlines. Further incredible support is provided by media partners Absolute Radio, Metro, and NME.

Tickets on sale 9am Friday 2 December.

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