2019 marked the 19th anniversary of our incredible Royal Albert Hall shows with another incredible line-up of stars. Our headliners included Rudimental, Kevin Bridges, Tom Grennan, Take That, Doves, The Script and Levellers.


2018 marked the 18th anniversary of our incredible Royal Albert Hall shows with another awesome line-up of stars. Across the week, we were lucky enough to have UB40 ft. Ali, Astro & Mickey, Russell Howard, Greg Davies, Sara Pascoe, Nile Rodgers & Chic, Courteeners, Kasabian, Def Leppard and our legendary Honorary Patron Roger Daltrety join us at the iconic venue.


In 2017 we hit the incredible milestone of 100 shows at the Royal Albert Hall with the band who started it all, The Who! We were also lucky enough to have Olly Murs, Ed Sheeran, Romesh Ranganathan, Jo Brand, Kevin Bridges, Paul Weller and Pet Shop Boys join us at the legendary venue across the week.


Our 16th year featured John Bishop, The Vaccines and Everything Everything, Simply Red, Bring Me The Horizon, New Order, David Gilmour and more performing.


Celebrating 15 amazing years of music and comedy at the Royal Albert Hall.


“The Cure are once again delighted and honoured to be playing the Royal Albert Hall for the benefit of Teenage Cancer Trust.” - Robert Smith, The Cure


"Thanks to Roger and Teenage Cancer Trust, I’ve had some of the best nights I’ve ever had on a UK stage. The people who run the charity are amazing and the kids are an inspiration.” - Noel Gallagher


"I’d always wanted to play for Teenage Cancer Trust but for the first few years I was away on tour and we couldn’t make it work. In 2011 I was asked to do it and couldn’t so then I got the date in my diary for 2012. You could say the whole McCartney year was based around Teenage Cancer Trust!” - Paul McCartney


"Nothing feels better than to be doing this for Teenage Cancer Trust. This could possibly be the best gig ever.” - Tinie Tempah


"It was of my favourite shows of all time. We were dripping with sweat when we came off stage and I can’t remember who said it, but someone said we have got to do that again.” - Brett Anderson, Suede