Thursday 26th March 2015
Last year our patron Roger Daltrey asked music legend Van Morrison if he'd play our Royal Albert Hall shows, to everyone's delight he agreed - and we certainly weren't disappointed on day 3 of our #teenagecancergigs.
With a voice that could move mountains and rocking the saxophone at times, Van did an amazing set of classics and favourites including Gloria, Have I Told You Lately, Bright Side of the Road and Brown-Eyed Girl.
The audience was delighted to see jazz singers Georgie Fame and Clare Teal join him onstage, as well as PJ Proby and Mick Hucknall who came on to join Van singing "Streets of Arklow".
— Van Morrison (@vanmorrison) March 25, 2015
A true musical icon in one of the UK's best venues - and our audience loved the night too:
— john taylor (@johnnyboysie) March 25, 2015
One of the highlights of every night of our shows is seeing some of the young people who've been treated on our units come onstage. It reminds everyone why so much hard work goes into putting the shows on - so well done to all the young people gutsy enough to come and face the audience in this amazing venue!
Next up it's The Who, in their first show for us since their 2010 performance of classic album Quadraphenia - and this year they're joined by the spectacular Wilko Johnson!