Beady Eye, Biffy Clyro, Roger Daltrey for Teenage Cancer Trust shows

Editors and Squeeze are also on the bill for the March gigs

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Beady Eye, Biffy Clyro and Editors are among the acts confirmed to play this year's Concerts for Teenage Cancer Trust gigs.

Taking place at London's Royal Albert Hall from March 21-27, the annual shows are now in their 11th year.

Teenage Cancer Trust patron Roger Daltrey will also perform, playing songs from The Who's 'Tommy' album as well as hits from throughout his career, on March 24. Support acts for the gigs will be announced soon.

See Teenagecancertrust.org for more information.

The line up for the Teenage Cancer Trust gigs are:

Comedy evening with John Bishop and Kevin Bridges (March 21)
Squeeze, The Feeling (22)
Biffy Clyro (23)
Roger Daltrey (24)
Beady Eye (25)
Editors (26)
Tinie Tempah (27)


Tickets go on sale this Friday (February 11) at 9am (GMT). To check the availability of Teenage Cancer Trust show tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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