Noel Gallagher announces Teenage Cancer Trust show

Noel Gallagher will perform at the Royal Albert Hall in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust for the seventh time next March

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Noel Gallagher

Noel Gallagher

Noel Gallagher will headline a Teenage Cancer Trust gig at London's Royal Albert Hall next March.

The 'AKA... What a Life!' hitmaker will take to the stage at the prestigious venue on March 28 in what will be the seventh time he has performed in support of the charitable organisation.

Noel - who also curated the annual series of charity gigs in 2013 - said: "Who'd have thought that after 15 years we'd be gearing up for another stint at the greatest venue in the world for Teenage Cancer Trust? Thanks to everyone, the bands, artists, comedians for all your continued support, and maximum respect to you the people for making it all possible. See you on Saturday 28th March!"

Charity patron and event curator Roger Daltrey is thrilled to have Noel back on board for the gigs.

The Who rocker said: "He was with us at our first show for Teenage Cancer Trust in 2000 and is now returning to the Royal Albert Hall for the seventh time.

"Noel has put his heart and soul into these shows over the years, curating them in 2013 and even releasing a live album for Teenage Cancer Trust.

"He's not only one of the best artists in the world but gives himself unconditionally. Noel has been a pivotal supporter to our mission and I'm incredibly proud both of him and the work he's done."

Support on the evening comes from Future Islands.

The rest of the acts performing at the Royal Albert Hall in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust will be announced in the coming weeks.

Ticket's for Noel's show go on sale on December 16.

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