Kelly Jones 

Lead singer of Stereophonics Kelly Jones has been an avid supporter of Teenage Cancer Trust since he joined The Who onstage to perform a storming version of “Substitute” at the very first Teenage Cancer Trust gig back in 2000, and has returned to the stage on numerous occasions as ‘Stereophonics’ since.

Kevin Bridges 

Comedian Kevin Bridges is a long term supporter of Teenage Cancer Trust and has gone on to become an official Ambassador and Regional Patron for the West of Scotland. Kevin is hosting our comedy night at the Royal Albert Hall 2019.

Liam Gallagher  

Liam has been a long-standing supporter of the charity and has performed at our Royal Albert Hall shows with Oasis in 2002, and latterly in Beady Eye when he returned to our stage in 2011.

Nicholas Hoult 

Nick Hoult, star of A Single Man, X-Men and Kill Your Friends has been involved with Teenage Cancer Trust since 2009. Over the years he has visisted patients on numerous occasions and fronted our campaigns.

Noel Fielding 

Comedian Noel Fielding is a fantastic long term supporter and has performed at many Royal Albert Hall comedy nights.

Noel Gallagher 

Noel has been a fantastic supporter of the charity for many years and has headlined Teenage Cancer Trust shows at the Royal Albert Hall on numerous occasions performing in support of the charity.

Paul Weller 

The Jam and Style Council frontman Paul Weller is a long term supporter of Teenage Cancer Trust and has headlined numerous Royal Albert Hall shows over the years.

Pete McKee 

Pete McKee is a working artist from Sheffield,  he has exhibited his work all over the world and gained a global following.

Ricky Wilson 

Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson joined the Teenage Cancer Trust ambassadors in Autumn 2021. The band have performed at Teenage Cancer Trust’s iconic Royal Albert Hall shows twice – the first time in 2005 – and Ricky has been a dedicated supporter ever since.

 

Shane Meadows and Mark Herbert 

BAFTA winning writer/director and producer team Shane Meadows and Mark Herbert recently made an incredible short film for Teenage Cancer Trust which was played at the Royal Albert Hall shows in 2014.