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Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall – 25 March to 31 March 2019

Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall have announced their headline acts for 2019; multi award-winning collective Rudimental, one of the most successful bands in British chart history, Take That, alternative legends, Doves, announcing their return after a decade, pop/rock trio The Script and English folk-rockers Levellers.

Special Guest – Ghetts
Monday 25th March

Take That
Thursday 28th March

Friday 29th March

The Script
Saturday 30th March

“A Beautiful Night Out” featuring Levellers
Sunday 31st March

Money raised by these shows supports Teenage Cancer Trust, the only charity dedicated to making sure young people diagnosed with cancer get the expert treatment and personalised support they need.

Rudimental kick things off at the Royal Albert Hall with their hi-energy live show on Monday 25th March. Performing tracks from their forthcoming new album, Toast To Our Differences, which features an all-star cast of guest vocalists including Rita Ora, Stefflon Don, Jess Glynne and more.

Supporting Rudimental will be grime star Ghetts. His critically acclaimed album, Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament which illustrates themes from feminism, culture, philosophy, to the rise of social media, was released in September this year.

Renowned for their incredible live shows, Take That, will make their debut performance at Teenage Cancer Trust concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in 2019. The band are also celebrating their 30th anniversary and have just released their new Greatest Hits album, Odyssey, which debuted at number 1 in the UK charts last week, becoming the fastest selling album of the year.

Doves, the legendary three-piece band from Manchester, announce their return in 2019, taking to the stage for the very first time in nine years. Celebrated for Mercury-nominated albums, Lost Souls and The Last Broadcast alongside hit singles There Goes The Fear, Pounding and Black And White Town. They last played together at the Manchester Warehouse Project in October 2010.

After calling time on their hiatus, Doves embraced the invitation of Roger Daltrey CBE to take the stage for Teenage Cancer Trust, having previously supported the charity with a full, 17-song headline set in 2003.

Irish trio The Script are five albums and ten years into a 30 million record-selling career. Songs such as For The First Time, Hall Of Fame, Breakeven and Superheroes have been smashes on a global scale. The band boast four number 1 albums in the UK and four platinum selling singles in the US and combined YouTube views of one billion.

Levellers – English folk punk band and live favourites will be playing a full electric set at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday 31st March as part of their own curated show “A Beautiful Night Out”, a one-day version of their award-winning grass roots festival Beautiful Days. This very special show at the Royal Albert Hall follows the band’s 30th anniversary celebrations this year.

2018 will be the 18th year of Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall, the shows are the charity’s flagship annual fundraiser raising millions to provide specialist care for young people with cancer.

For more information , visit the Royal Albert Hall website here

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