Sing If You Can

We were chosen as the benefitting charity for a brand new ITV Saturday night show. Sing If You Can, ran for 6 weeks and raised £250k for us!

Episode six

The final week of Sing If You Can saw the winning team raise £57,932!More about Episode six

Episode five

Check out the short film featuring 16 year old Calvin's experience with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL), and find out how Teenage Cancer Trust's unit in Southampton has helped him through his cancer journey.More about Episode five

Episode four

Check out the short film featuring 18 year old Kim's experience with an Ewings tumour, and find out how Teenage Cancer Trust's unit in Manchester has helped her through her cancer journey.More about Episode four

Episode three

Check out the short film featuring 18 year old Dom's experience with Osteosarcoma, and find out how Teenage Cancer Trust's unit in London has helped him through his cancer journey.More about Episode three

Episode two

Check out the short film featuring 16 year old Josh's experience with a desmoplastic small round cell tumour on his pelvis , and find out how Teenage Cancer Trust's unit in Newcastle has helped him through his cancer journey.More about Episode two

Episode one

Watch the short film featuring 18 year old Ailsa's experience with Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL), and find out how Teenage Cancer Trust's unit in Edinburgh has helped her through her cancer journey.More about Find out more about this week's episode...

What’s the show about?

Hosted by Keith Lemon and Stacey Solomon, each episode of Sing If You Can consisted of two celebrity teams singing, trying to deliver the best performances of modern hits and classic crowd-pleasers whilst taking on extraordinary challenges designed to distract them.

Celebrities tried to hold their nerve whilst delivering a song from a specially-designed erupting volcano? Or singing a solo on a wire above the stage that randomly drops throughout the performance? Or even whilst having their chest waxed?!

Each episode featured a celebrity judging panel, though it was the studio audience who decided which team went through to the end game. The stakes were high – as one celebrity from the losing team was plunged into a giant water tank!

The end game will see the winning team playing to win a cash prize for Teenage Cancer Trust.

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Young people's stories

Learn more about what young people feel about having cancer, what they go through and how they cope by reading these personal stories from young people with cancer from across the UK.

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