Matching a wonderful cause to some quite special performances, the Teenage Cancer Trust shows at the Royal Albert Hall are always looking out for.
Returning once again, The Who's Roger Daltrey has overseen another series of special shows which will run between May 24th - 30th.
The Cure are set to appear, returning to one of London's grandest venues for what will no doubt be a magical performance. Paolo Nutini is planning to take part, with Ed Sheeran and One Republic also confirmed for the bill.
Suede's classic album 'Dog Man Star' reaches its twentieth birthday this year, and to celebrate the band are plotting a special show. Performing in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust, the band will re-visit the record in its entirety - along with a few other surprises, no doubt.
Elsewhere, the Teenage Cancer Trust has organised a night of comedy with Micky Flanagan, John Bishop, Patrick Kielty and more.
Tickets go on sale at 9am this Friday (January 31st).
The Teenage Cancer Trust shows runs between May 24th - 30th.
Monday 24 March Ed Sheeran
Tuesday 25 March An evening of comedy with Jason Manford, John Bishop, Micky Flanagan, Patrick Kielty, Rob Beckett and Hal Cruttenden
Wednesday 26 March Paolo Nutini
Thursday 27 March OneRepublic
Saturday 29 March The Cure
Sunday 30 March Suede: Dog Man Star 20th Anniversary