Ellie Goulding and The Kooks added to Mencap's Little Noise Sessions

Acts set for Union Chapel shows this November

Ellie Goulding and The Kooks added to Mencap's Little Noise Sessions

Photo: Andy Willsher

Ellie Goulding and The Kooks have been added to the bill for this year's Mencap Little Noise Sessions gigs in London.

The acts will play the Union Chapel venue next month as part of the charity gig series curated by Jo Whiley.

Ellie Goulding will play on November 20, with The Kooks performing on November 18.

Goulding will be supported by Stornoway and TinaShe, while The Kooks will be joined by We Are Scientists, Example, Leah Mason and I Am Kloot's John Bramwell.

Details of a November 19 show will be announced soon.

As previously reported, Tom Jones, Hurts and Paolo Nutini are also set to play.

See Littlenoisesessions.org.uk for more details and tickets for the recently added shows will go on general sale on Friday (October 22).

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

November 15
Tom Jones
Lauren Pritchard

November 16
Paolo Nutini
Rumer
Michael Kiwanuka

November 17
Hurts
Clare Maguire
Joe Worricker

November 18
The Kooks
We Are Scientists
Example
Leah Mason
John Bramwell (I Am Kloot)

November 20
Ellie Goulding
Stornaway
TinaShe


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