Adele donates tickets from sold-out UK tour to Great Ormond Street Hospital

Singer offering eight pairs of tickets to lucky donors until 9pm tonight

Adele has announced today (February 11) that she will donate pair of tickets for each of the eight London shows on her worldwide tour schedule to Great Ormond Street Hospital charity GOSH.

In order to help raise money for the children’s charity, she has invited fans to snap up a pair of tickets by donating £10 to the prize draw on fund raising site Givergy.

You must enter for these tickets before 9pm tonight and you can enter as many times as you like.

Adele’s latest tour – kicking off for eight dates at London’s o2 Arena on March 15 – is one of the most highly anticipated live shows of the year; tickets sold out within minutes when they were released in December.

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The money raised will go towards helping patients of the world-famous children’s hospital.

Adele also announced that she would play a special pre-Grammys concert for her most ‘loyal’ fans on Monday February 15 at The Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles

Meanwhile, on Tuesday (February 9), gig tickets were among prizes up for grabs at a Tory party fundraiser.

The Conservatives held their annual ‘Black and White Party’ event in central London on Monday night (February 8), with prizes including a day following Zac Goldsmith’s London mayoral campaign.

The Guardian reports that 20 tickets to see Adele live were auctioned off for a grand total of £30,000, what works out as £1,500 a ticket, despite the fact that the singer has voiced her support for the Labour Party in the past.

In 2012, Adele was quoted calling David Cameron a “wally” and describing herself as a “Labour girl through and through”.

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Meanwhile, Adele recently denounced US Presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s use of her music at his rallies.

Despite Adele’s best efforts however, reports from Trump’s rally in New Hampshire last week state that the Republican candidate left the stage to the sound of Adele’s ‘Rolling In The Deep’. Prior to addressing the people of Exeter, Adele’s theme from Bond film Skyfall was played.