Streaming to raise money for young people with cancer.
Teenage cancer hasn't stopped. So we can't stop.
We’re sad to announce that due to the ongoing coronavirus situation the Teenage Cancer Trust gigs at the Royal Albert Hall in March 2021 are not able to go ahead.
Our vital work, making sure young people do not face cancer alone, relies wholly on donations and without the funds raised at the Albert Hall, we urgently need more public support to make our work possible. That’s why we’re asking people to consider donating whatever they can to help us continue to support young people with cancer - or to donate the price of their cancelled ticket.
Help us reach every young person facing cancer with world-class care.
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Driven by our patron Roger Daltrey, 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 now music legends are stepping up again, donating this exclusive footage to help make sure every young person with cancer can get support from specialist Teenage Cancer Trust nurses or youth support teams.
Because in 2021 that vital support is at risk.
The Unseen lineup
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
Get gig ready!
We need your support
Young people with cancer are facing huge challenges during the pandemic – the nursing care and support Teenage Cancer Trust provides is more important than ever. Being told you have cancer during a pandemic is the worst news at the worst time. Please remember to donate whatever you can to help the young people hearing this news every day.