The line up
Teenage Cancer Trusts 10th anniversary shows kicked off with rock supergroup Them Crooked Vultures.> More about Day 1
Comedy night featuring Jimmy Carr, Noel Fielding and Rhod Gilbert.> More about Day 2
Suede reform! Brett Anderson, Mat Osman, Simon Gilbert, Richard Oakes and Neil Codling regrouped onstage for the first time in almost a decade.> More about Day 3
A long time supporter of Teenage Cancer Trust, Noel Gallagher performs on 25 March and 26 March to sell out crowds.> More about Days 4 and 5
Arctic Monkeys achieved chart success with their second single, I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor.> More about Day 6
JLS, Britain’s favourite new boyband were supported by Lemar and Diana Vickers.> More about Day 7
The Specials; an English two-tone ska revival band which was formed in 1977.> More about Day 8
The Who wrap up the 10-night spectacular in style with a performance of Quadrophenia.> More about Day 9
Royal Albert Hall shows win Showcase of the Year Award
An expectant 650 guests flocked to the Roundhouse in Camden on 24th September to celebrate the great and the good of the event industry, at the much-anticipated Event Awards, regarded as the industry's leading awards ceremony.
Teenage Cancer Trust were thrilled to win The Show Case Award in association with the Royal Albert Hall for this year’s 10th anniversary concert series back in March. This is the only category in the Event Awards that is not voted for by the judges and instead voted for by the readers of Event magazine and eventmagazine.co.uk.
Entries into this award are events that have been featured as a double page spread in Event magazine from June 2009 until May 2010. Teenage Cancer Trust’s annual concert series featured on the cover of Event magazine in April 2010. The category was only launched in 2009 and Teenage Cancer Trust is only the second recipient of this award.
Our 2011’s shows at the Royal Albert Hall will not disappoint so keep your eyes peeled and ears open for more news coming soon!
Thank you to our headline sponsor Nomura and our other supporters and media partners
Produced by Roger Daltrey CBE and Des Murphy for Teenage Cancer Trust. All proceeds will go towards providing specialist treatment and support for teenagers with cancer. Artists may be subject to change.
Our headline sponsors
Global investment bank, Nomura was the headline sponsor of our concert series in 2010. Nomura’s involvement marks a significant milestone in the concerts history and will enable Teenage Cancer Trust to raise even more funds to help improve the lives of teenagers living with cancer.
Nomura's sponsorship will also extend to supporting the concerts through employee volunteers and involvement in our music workshops for our young patients.