Exclusive Suede warm-up gigs announced in preparation for Teenage Cancer Trust reunion at Royal Albert Hall

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Legendary Brit Pop band, Suede, has announced two intimate warm-up gigs in preparation for its much-heralded reunion concert for Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall. These exclusive performances will be the first time the band has played on stage together for nearly 10 years.

Tickets for warm-up nights in Manchester and London will be available in pairs via an auction with proceeds going to Teenage Cancer Trust.

The auction kicks off at 9am on Friday 26 February until 5pm Friday 12 March at:


Gig dates and locations are as follows:

  • Saturday 20 March, 100 Club, London – 50 pairs
  • Sunday 21 March, Ritz, Manchester – 50 pairs

Tickets for the London venue will only be available via the auction; tickets for the Manchester gig will also go on general sale at 9am on Friday 26 February. The reserve auction ticket price will be £45 per ticket, with tickets to be collected at the venue by the credit card holder only.

Teenage Cancer Trust’s all-star, 10-night line up at the Royal Albert Hall in association with Nomura, marks the charity’s 10th year of music and comedy. Following Depeche Mode incredible performance on 17 February, the full series continues with: Them Crooked Vultures (Monday 22 March), Jimmy Carr, Rhod Gilbert and Noel Fielding (Tuesday 23), Suede (Wednesday 24), Noel Gallagher (Thursday 25 and Friday 26), Arctic Monkeys (Saturday 27), JLS (Sunday 28), The Specials (Monday 29), The Who (Tuesday 30). A limited number of corporate hospitality packages are available for some nights.

Teenage Cancer Trust believes that teenagers should not have to stop being teenagers, just because they have cancer. The charity funds and develops specialist teenage cancer units within NHS hospitals which enable young people to be treated together, by an expert team, in the best possible environment. Teenage Cancer Trust focuses on quality of life and aims to improve the chances of survival for young people with cancer. Since its inception in 1990, the charity has opened a total of 14 units and plans to build enough so that, by 2012, every single teenager in the UK can have access to the support they provide.

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For more information please contact Teenage Cancer Trust: Michelle Saxby 020 7612 0715

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Notes to editors

The 2010 Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall line-up:

  • Wednesday 17 February – Depeche Mode
  • Monday 22 March – Them Crooked Vultures
  • Tuesday 23 March –Jimmy Carr, Noel Fielding and Rhod Gilbert
  • Wednesday 24 March – Suede
  • Thursday 25 March – Noel Gallagher
  • Friday 26 March – Noel Gallagher
  • Saturday 27 March – Arctic Monkeys
  • Sunday 28 March – JLS
  • Monday 29 March – The Specials
  • Tuesday 30 March – The Who


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