Richard Hawley added to Mencap's Little Noise Sessions

He joins the likes of Editors and Florence And The Machine at the charity bash

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Richard Hawley has been added to the bill of this year's Mencap Little Noise Sessions, which take place in London throughout November.

Hawley plays the capital's Union Chapel venue on November 19, supported by Hockey and I Blame Coco (the band featuring Sting's daughter Coco Sumner). Newton Faulkner has also been confirmed to play the event on November 24.

Other acts confirmed to play include X Factor star Alexandra Burke, Editors and Florence And The Machine.

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

November 16
Editors
The Maccabees
Bombay Bicycle Club
Everything Everything

November 17
Alexandra Burke
Alphabeat
VV Brown

November 18
Mika
Paloma Faith
Alex Gardener

November 19
Richard Hawley
Hockey
I Blame Coco

November 20
Lostprophets
The Blackout
The King Blues

November 21
Taio Cruz with special guests Tinchy Stryder and Chipmunk

November 22
Florence And The Machine
Golden Silvers
Erik Hassle
Ellie Goulding

November 24
Newton Faulkner plus special guests

For more information and ticket details go to Littlenoisesessions.org.uk.

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