Teenage Cancer Trust Royal Albert Hall 2008

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Teenage Cancer Trust Royal Albert Hall 2008

The Who's Roger Daltrey brings another week of Teenage Cancer Trust gigs at the Royal Albert Hall to an end. The fundraising series has this year seen shows by Muse, The Mighty Boosh, Paul Weller and Madness and aims to eventually raise enough money to build 15 more teenage cancer units. Photo: PA Photos

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Roger Daltrey CBE and Pete Townshend of The Who performing onstage during the Teenage Cancer Trust's week of gigs at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Daltrey has been organising the gigs, which saw Muse's first UK show since Wembley on Saturday night, since 2000. Photo: PA Photos

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Joan Armatrading performing on stage during the Teenage Cancer Trust's week of gigs at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The shows are over, although you can still make donations at www.teenagecancertrust.org. Photo: PA Photos

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David Gray performs an acoustic set at the Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust. Next month sees The Wombats, Feist and Richard Hawley all play the famous venue. Photo: PA Photos

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Amy MacDonald onstage at London's Royal Albert Hall last week, supporting The Who, who played an acoustic show as part of the Teenage Cancer Trust series of gigs. On average, six teenagers are diagnosed with cancer every day. Photo: PA Photos

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Sunday night saw the Teenage Cancer Trust series of shows come to an end with an acoustic performance from The Who, supported by Newton Faulkner (pictured), Amy MacDonald and David Gray. Photo: PA Photos

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The Fratellis used their Teenage Cancer Trust show at London's Royal Albert Hall to preview some tracks from their new album 'Here We Stand', due out on June 9. Photo: PA Photos

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The Raveonettes supported The Fratellis on the fourth night of the Teenage Cancer Trust shows last week. For all the latest news, tracks and videos from the band check out www.nme.com/artists/the-raveonettes. Photo: PA Photos

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Duffy supported Paul Weller at his Royal Albert Hall show last week. It was revealed recently that the artist was caught up in a murder plot as a teenager, when a hitman was ordered to kill her mum's husband. Photo: PA Photos

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Noel Fielding performs at the Teenage Cancer Trust show in London last week. So far the charity has raised enough money to build three new specialist units for teenage cancer sufferers, with five more due to open this year. Photo: PA Photos

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Comedian Noel Fielding performs at the Teenage Cancer Trust comedy night at the Royal Albert Hall, London. The shows were started by Roger Daltrey eight years ago. The Who performed at the first gig, joined by Noel Gallagher, Bryan Adams, Paul Weller, Eddie Vedder, Nigel Kennedy and Kelly Jones. Photo: PA Photos

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Madness onstage during the first night of the annual Teenage Cancer Trust concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in central London last week. The band have a new album 'The Liberty Of Norton Folgate' due for release this summer, and have recently completed a UK arena tour. Photo: PA Photos

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Paul Weller's Teenage Cancer Trust gig was heavy on material from his most recent album, 2005's 'As Is Now', but also featured a trio of obscure songs by his original band The Jam, in the shape of 'Beat Surrender' b-side 'Shopping', 'Start!' flipside 'Liza Radley' and 'Strange Town''s other half, 'The Butterfly Collector'. Photo: PA Photos

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Paul Weller performs with Steve Cradock for one of Roger Daltrey's Teenage Cancer Trust concerts, which ran all week last week at London's Royal Albert Hall. Support came from Duffy and Liam Gerner. Keep clicking for pictures from all the shows. Photo: PA Photos

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Muse headlining Saturday's leg of the star-studded Teenage Cancer Trust gigs at London's Royal Albert Hall. Playing tracks from all four of their albums, complete with front-of-stage smoke cannons and big white balloons falling into the crowd towards the end of the set, Muse's two-hour set received resounding applause at the end. Photo: Andy Willsher

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