Cancer is ruthless invader that destroys lives, and is all the more devastating when it strikes young people. Each year the Teenage Cancer Trust hold a concert at the Royal Albert Hall to raise money and help provide treatment and emotional support for patients and families. Although Cancer is no laughing matter, a night of comedy, rock, and pop can bring the smiles back to thousands of faces. Now in its fourteenth year the line up for 2014 promises six nights of quality entertainment at one of London's best music venues. Tickets range from £25-£75, but you can also choose to give an additional donation.
Ed Sheeran is only twenty-three, but already a two time BRIT Award winner. He was unable to perform last year because he was on tour in Australia. Now back in the UK, he considers it 'a real honour to be asked' to take part.
Over the last thirty years The Cure has released thirteen albums. By the 1990s the British band was one of the most popular alternative rock groups in the world. They are 'are once again delighted and honoured to be playing the Royal Albert Hall.'