Teenage Cancer Trust 2011

Concerts for Teenage Cancer Trust

Teenage Cancer Trust, a charity that helps young people fight cancer, presents their eleventh annual music and comedy gigs at the Royal Albert Hall.

Interviews and Live music

Uncut interviewBeady Eye: Uncut interview
Audio interview: Hear the uncut interview with Liam Gallagher and Gem Archer with Ben Jones at the Concerts for Teenage Cancer Trust 2011 at the Royal Albert Hall.

InterviewBiffy Clyro: Interview
Video interview: Biffy Clyro chat to Vicki Blight about playing at the Teenage Cancer Trust gigs 2011, at London's Royal Albert Hall

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Video interview: Stacey and Karen Munns talk to Absolute Radio's Martyn Lee about their experiences with the Teenage Cancer Trust

InterviewRoger Daltrey: Interview
Video interview: Dave Gorman speaks to Roger Daltrey about his role in the Concerts for Teenage Cancer Trust 2011 at the Royal Albert Hall.

InterviewEditors: Interview
Audio interview: British indie rock band Editors will make their live UK return at the Royal Albert Hall in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust gigs. Tom from the band chatted to Absolute Radio about why they...

Sam and the Teenage Cancer TrustSam and the Teenage Cancer Trust
Video interview: Sam, a former patient of the Teenage Cancer Trust, chats to Absolute Radio about his experiences and the work of the charity.

Jo and Teenage Cancer TrustJo and Teenage Cancer Trust
Video interview: Jo, 19, from Kent, was 15 when she started experiencing a loss of appetite, feeling constantly tired, weight loss and bruises on her legs. Soon afterwards she was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic...



The Line-up

Longstanding Teenage Cancer Trust patron Roger Daltrey CBE comments on 2011's line-up, "These gigs have raised nearly 10 million in 10 years and they make a real difference to the lives of thousands of young people with cancer. We've had both legends and rising stars play for Teenage Cancer Trust over the years and 2011 is no different. I'm truly grateful to everyone for their support."

2011's stellar line-up is as follows:

Monday 21 March - An evening of comedy with John Bishop, Kevin Bridges and Greg Davies
Tuesday 22 March - Squeeze and The Feeling
Wednesday 23 March - Biffy Clyro
Thursday 24 March - Roger Daltrey CBE performs hits from Tommy and the Live At Leeds era
Friday 25 March - Beady Eye
Saturday 26 March - Editors
Sunday 27 March - Tinie Tempah

Simon Davies, CEO of Teenage Cancer Trust said, "Music plays a huge role in most young people's lives, whatever they are going through, and it's a big part of Teenage Cancer Trust. We're immensely proud of these gigs which help us raise the money we need to give young people with cancer access to the best possible care and professional support."

Photos from the concerts



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About Teenage Cancer Trust

Every day six young people in the UK are told they have cancer. Usually placed on a children's ward or with elderly patients, young people often feel extremely isolated when facing a cancer diagnosis, never meeting another young person going through the same thing. Teenage Cancer Trust believes teenagers shouldn't stop being teenagers because they have cancer. So they fund and build specialist units in NHS hospitals that allow young people to be treated together with others their own age, in an environment suited to their needs.

Teenage Cancer Trust units aren't like ordinary cancer wards. Their home-from-home atmosphere helps create a sense of normality. The state-of-the-art units are bright and vibrant and will often include things like pool tables, jukeboxes, games consoles, computers and webcams, ensuring they can keep in touch with family friends outside hospital. Alongside all of this is a medical team of teenage cancer specialists whose knowledge creates a body of expertise that's second to none.

To find out more about Teenage Cancer Trust or to make a donation, visit teenagecancertrust.org.

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