Global superstar Ed Sheeran will return to the Royal Albert Hall on 28 March, joining an already stellar line-up of musicians and comic stars to raise money and awareness for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Ed’s upcoming Teenage Cancer Trust gig marks the return of the Suffolk-raised singer-songwriter to the venue for the first time since he played his unforgettable debut show here for the charity in 2014.
‘It’s an honour to be asked back by the Teenage Cancer Trust for their fundraising week of live gigs. It’s such an important cause and one that I’m extremely proud to be a part of. See you on March 28 and let’s raise loads of money for young people with cancer!’
Ed’s second Royal Albert Hall gig will be an unmissable night, coming just weeks after his hotly anticipated third album titled ‘÷’ (divide) is released on 3 March.
2017 will be the 17th year of Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall. The shows are the charity’s flagship annual fundraiser raising millions to provide specialist care for young people with cancer.
Ed Sheeran joins a line-up of The Who, Paul Weller, Pet Shop Boys with Johnny Marr, Olly Murs, plus an evening of comedy hosted by Romesh Ranganathan – with special guests Jo Brand, Kevin Bridges, Russell Kane, Mike Wilmott and Tom Allen.
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