Please note that this event was originally due to take place on 28 March 2020 and has been rescheduled.
We will be in touch with bookers shortly with further details.
The Who return to the Royal Albert Hall in 2020 for a special show with full orchestra celebrating 20 years of Teenage Cancer gigs.
The band played the very first Teenage Cancer Trust show back in 2000 – marking one of the first times they had played together in over 15 years.
With over 100 million records sold in a career that spans across five decades, The Who are widely considered to be one of the most influential and important bands of the 20th century.
The charity’s longstanding Honorary Patron, frontman Roger Daltrey CBE, is a passionate champion of young people with cancer in the UK and has been a supporter of Teenage Cancer Trust since day one. 2020 will be the 20th year that he has curated and been the driving force behind the shows at the Hall. For his work with the charity, he received a Royal Albert Hall star in 2018.
This show is in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust. Teenage Cancer Trust support young people with cancer across the UK, making sure they get the specialised care and support they need. You can find out more about Teenage Cancer Trust here.
Having cancer at a young age comes with its own particular set of challenges. Teenage Cancer trust’s services treat individuals, a young person first and a cancer diagnosis second.
Learn more about what young people feel about having cancer, what they go through and how they cope by reading these personal stories from young people with cancer.
- All customers aged 14 years or below must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 years or over