Elbow, Marina and the Diamonds, Example for Mencap Little Noise sessions Elbow Tickets

Goldfrapp, Ed Sheeran and Sinead O'Connor will also play

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Elbow, Marina And The Diamonds and Example are among the first acts to sign up for this year's Mencap Little Noise Sessions gigs in London.

The gigs, which will take place at St John-at-Hackney church, will run for a week in late November.

Elbow headline the opening night on November 22 with support from Maverick Sabre with Marina And The Diamonds playing on the follow night (November 23) with guests Spark and Icona Pop.

The line-up for November 24 is yet to be confirmed, but Goldfrapp will headline on November 25 with support from the Alpines. Example then tops the bill on November 26, with Ed Sheeran, Fenech-Soler and Birdy also playing. Sinead O'Connor then rounds things off on November 27 with support from King Creosote.

See Littlenoisesessions.org.uk
for more details and tickets which go on general sale on Monday (October 10).

The line-up for Mencap Little Noise Sessions is as follows:

Elbow, Maverick Sabre (November 22)
Marina and the Diamonds, Spark, Icona Pop (23)
TBA (24)
Goldfrapp, The Alpines (25)
Example, Ed Sheeran, Fenech-Soler, Birdy (26)
Sinead O'Connor, King Creosote (27)


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