All for charity - the biggest names in music and comedy unite to appear in charity shows
Check our round-up for the best fundraising events across the UK and Ireland. Tickets are on sale now, unless otherwise stated.
Many of the UK and Ireland's leading charities organize fundraising shows up and down the country in the hope that the public will part with a few spare hours to attend and, most importantly, a few spare pounds to help each one in their quest to make life easier for those in peril.
Below is a chronological guide to many such charity events due to take place in the next few months. Please note that prices quoted are exclusive of fees, some of which have been waived or reduced by the ticket agents.
Please give generously.
Teenage Cancer Trust
Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall from Monday 17th March to Sunday 25th March with Ali Campbell's UB40, with Russell Howard (with Dara O'Briain, Greg Davies, Sara Pascoe, Paul Chowdhry and Mo Gilligan), Chic featuring Nile Rodgers, Roger Daltrey, The Courteeners ("St Jude" gig with Blossoms), Kasabian (with Spring King) and Def Leppard closing the series on the Sunday. Last few tickets!
Teddy Rocks from 4th to 6th May in Blandford, Dorset with Feeder, Ash, The Magic Numbers, Mallory Knox, Eliza and the Bear, InMe, Sonic Boom Six Devil Sold His Soul, Black Peaks Tragedy - A Metal Tribute to the Bee Gees, MC Lars, Woes, Blurd, Stereoironics, The Bottom Line. Tickets start from just £15 for day tickets, rising to £70 for adult weekend camping. The festival raises funds for Tedy20 (www.teddy20.org), a charity that supports children with cancer.
And there's more
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