Liam Gallagher mocks Noel at Beady Eye’s Teenage Cancer Trust show

Singer also exchanges words with a fan at London's Royal Albert Hall

Liam Gallagher took a dig at his brother Noel during Beady Eye‘s Teenage Cancer Trust show in London last night (March 25).

The former Oasis frontman made a number of remarks about his former bandmate as he performed at the Royal Albert Hall.

“This is Beady Eye,” he announced as he swaggered onstage. “This is not a Noel Gallagher concert.”


Throughout the show Liam continued to take pot shots at his brother.

“We were going to sit down to sing the next song,” he told the crowd before launching into ‘Bring The Light’. “But apparently someone who played here last year stole all the stools. Apparently he’s got a nice little collection going on and all.”

Later he quipped: “Where’s Noel when you need him, eh?”

Noel played two shows for the charity at the same venue last year. During one of those shows he took a pop at Liam over his Pretty Green clothing range.

Beady Eye played a similar set to that featured on their recent UK tour, showcasing their debut album ‘Different Gear, Still Speeding’.

Liam‘s name was often chanted by the crowd, but the singer wasn’t happy with all the attention he received. He had an angry exchange with one fan after the crowd member seemingly threw something towards the stage.


“If you’re going to throw something at me throw something hard,” the singer sneered. “Who the fuck comes to a rock n’ roll gig with a bit of lime, soft lad?”

Beady Eye played:

‘Four Letter Word’
‘Beatles And Stones’
‘Two Of A Kind’
‘For Anyone’
‘The Roller’
‘Wind Up Dream’
‘Bring The Light’
‘Standing On The Edge Of The Noise’
‘Kill For A Dream’
‘Three Ring Circus’
‘The Beat Goes On’
‘Man Of Misery’
‘The Morning Sun’
‘Sons Of The Stage’

The gig was part of the week-long Teenage Cancer Trust gig run. Biffy Clyro play earlier in the week and curator Roger Daltrey performed ‘Tommy’ in full.

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