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Royal Albert Hall 2022

What a week! Whether you had tickets or weren’t able to go, relive the highlights of an amazing week of Teenage Cancer Trust Gigs at the Royal Albert Hall 2022.

Don Broco kicked off Teenage Cancer Trust’s long-awaited return to the Royal Albert Hall with an epic show, taking to the stage with with a full orchestra. ‘The most incredible venue in the world,’ said lead singer Rob Damiani during their huge, celebratory set.

This year’s comedy evening, hosted by The Masked Singer’s Joel Dommett, was a hilarious night that saw some of the best of British comedy under one roof. Suzi Ruffell, Judi Love, Romesh Ranganathan, Tom Allen, Seann Walsh and Rob Beckett all turned on the laughter in triumphant style.

Making his Royal Albert Hall debut, Yungblud played a riotous show to his devoted fans, some of whom had been camped outside the venue since midnight!

Paul Weller kicked off the night with a soulful and atmospheric set, including ‘Wild Wood’ and ‘Out of the Sinking’, Madness followed up with the crowd-pleasing swagger of ‘One Step Beyond’, ‘Our House’ and ‘It Must Be Love’, creating a party atmosphere that reached all the way to the top rows.

The Who played a loose and intimate show, with fiddles and accordions, creating powerful, new versions of ‘Baba O’Riley’ and ‘Behind Blue Eyes’.

Liam Gallagher played a jubilant gig, filled with huge Oasis anthems like ‘Rock n Roll Star’ and ‘Supersonic’. He also gave a touching dedication to Foo Fighters’ late drummer Taylor Hawkins during his performance of ‘Live Forever’.

Ed Sheeran, playing his third Teenage Cancer Trust gig, treated the Royal Albert Hall to an acoustic show, diving into all corners of his back catalogue, from ‘U.N.I.’ to ‘Castle on the Hill’.

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Driven by our patron Roger Daltrey CBE, a who’s who of world-class musical talent has played Teenage Cancer Trust’s gigs at the Royal Albert Hall over the last 20 years. All so young people with cancer get the support they deserve.

And the music industry stepped up again, donating exclusive footage to help make sure every young person with cancer can get support from specialist Teenage Cancer Trust nurses or youth support teams.

The crowd at Bring Me The Horizon's gig for Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall

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