Monday 30th March 2015
Frank has been a supporter of Teenage Cancer Trust since visiting and playing to a group of young people with cancer at our Nottingham unit last year, so it was a joy to welcome him to the Royal Albert Hall.
He spent time at our music workshops, joining in with the songs young patients had written and taking time to chat to them before he took to the stage for an amazing evening of music.
A true showman, Frank got the crowd going with a brilliant set -
- a spectacular performance to round off 2015's shows. We caught up with Frank before he went onstage:
And so did some of the young people from our units - Frank certainly got a grilling!
The Royal Albert Hall shows really do seem to keep on getting better and better every year, and of course the reason so much hard work goes into them is to raise the maximum amount of money for young people facing cancer. A cancer diagnosis is devastating enough at any age, but is particularly cruel when you're young and all your friends are getting on with "normal" lives.
So if you're able to text and donate £5, we'd be truly grateful - your support helps us support young people facing cancer when they need us most.
— Teenage Cancer Trust (@TeenageCancer) March 29, 2015
And that's a wrap for this year! If you came along to the shows, shared our content or donated, thank you so much. We'll see you next year!