The 2016 Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall season will kick off with an evening of comedy featuring John Bishop.
Bishop, one of the nation’s favourite comedians, will be returning to the iconic venue for the first time since recording his best-selling Supersonic DVD here in 2015.
Also taking to the stage to provide giggles in abundance will be Alan Carr, Edinburgh Fringe’s favourite Romesh Ranganathan, and funny man Seann Walsh. Plus Comedy Vehicle’s Stewart Lee and one of the most respected comedians of her generation, Josie Long.
Ticket prices will range from £28 – £53.50 (including fees)
Teenage Cancer Trust
In its 16th incredible year of world-class music and comedy to help young people with cancer, Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall will run from 19 to 24 April 2016.
For every young person with cancer Teenage Cancer Trust supports, there is another the charity cannot currently reach. This must change. Teenage Cancer Trust needs to raise at least £80 million in the next five years to help every young person with cancer in the UK have access to the specialist care they provide. Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall will continue to play a pivotal role in achieving this ambitious goal.
In 16 years, over 200 artists will have performed at the Hall for the charity, with nearly 500,000 fans in attendance including over 2,000 young people with cancer, raising over £22 million in that time.