Noel Gallagher, Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon plus special guests - Saturday 23 March 2013
Every Britpop fan’s dream show - Oasis meets Blur, with Noel, Damon and Graham all performing on the same stage.
Noel joined Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon and Paul Weller onstage to perform Blur's 'Tender' and you can watch the special performance below:
Noel is no stranger to our shows having performed at the very first show in 2000 alongside our patron Roger Daltrey. He has since appeared again, with Oasis in 2002, and performing two solo shows in both 2007 and 2010. For 2013 he took Roger’s place and curated the week of shows!
“Teenage Cancer Trust do a brilliant job, and I’ve always been more than pleased to lend my support over the years. It's also now a charity that is very close to the hearts and minds of dozens of acts in the world of music. It’s an honour to have the task of putting together the bills for next year’s series of concerts at The Albert Hall.”
It was Damon’s first time performing for us at the Royal Albert Hall and he didn't disappoint with a really special performance on the Saturday night.
Graham Coxon performed for us back in 2005, where he supported Franz Ferdinand alongside the Kaiser Chiefs, so it was great to have him back on our stage.
Former Super Furry Animals frontman Gruff Rhys warmed up the Royal Albert Hall for Noel, Damon and Graham. Having performed for us back in 2007 alongside the Kaiser Chiefs it was great to have him back!
The Body Shop
Simon Coble, General Manager from The Body Shop said: “We’re absolutely delighted to be partnering with Teenage Cancer Trust and sponsoring their Royal Albert Hall shows for a second year. The shows are a key event in the British music calendar and we’re looking forward to again bringing our mantra of Beauty With Heart to life through this fantastic collaboration and exciting week of music and comedy.”More
Ben Sherman are extremely pleased to announce their second year of partnership with Teenage Cancer Trust. As associate sponsor they will again support the hugely successful Royal Albert Hall Concerts.More