Paul McCartney, Muse, Dizzee Rascal for Gary Barlow-organised Children In Need gig

Lily Allen and Shirley Bassey are also on the bill

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Paul McCartney will headline a gig at London's Royal Albert Hall in aid of Children In Need this November.

Muse, Lily Allen, Dizzee Rascal, Snow Patrol, Leona Lewis and Shirley Bassey are also on the bill for the November 12 show, which has been organised by Take That's Gary Barlow

Speaking at the launch of the gig, Children In Need presenter Terry Wogan said the gig will help to make 2009 "a really special year for Children In Need", reports BBC News.

Tickets for the gig will be allocated by ballot, with fans able to buy a maximum of two per person. Registration is open now at Seetickets.com/childreninneed/, and runs until noon (BST) on October 20. Fans who register their details will be notified if they have been successful by email.

The show is also set to be broadcast on BBC1 the weekend before Children In Need, which takes place on November 20.

To check the availability of Children In Need tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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