The rockers perform a week of 'Teen Spirit' shows for the Teenage Cancer Trust...

Oasis, Who, Paul Weller and JIMMY PAGE are among the groups due to play a week of charity shows at the LONDON ROYAL ALBERT HALL.

The shows, which take place between February 5-9, have been organised by Who, and will aid the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Who will perform twice (February 7-8), with Oasis the night before (6). The week will end with a performance by ‘The Paul Weller Band’, which will also feature appearances by ex-Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page and ex-Thin Lizzy guitarist Gary Moore. Also on the bill for that night is Robert Plant and The Strange Sensation.

The full line-up of shows runs: Marti Pellow plus guests (February 5)

Oasis plus guests (6)

The Who plus guests (7-8)

The Paul Weller Band (9)

Tickets for the shows are on sale now, and are priced between £20 and &pound100.

Speaking about the events, Teenage Cancer Trust co-chair Dr Adrian Whiteson said: “We are delighted that Who are once again supporting Teenage Cancer Trust in its quest to improve the health and treatment of teenagers suffering from cancer and other malignant diseases. Their contribution is invaluable, as is the involvement of all the other stars who will be taking part in the ‘Teen Spirit’ benefit concerts at the Royal Albert Hall.”

The cash raised will be used to benefit specialist teenage cancer units.

Last year (November 27), Who performed a similar show at the Albert Hall in aid of the charity. The group were joined on stage by artists including Noel Gallagher, Paul Weller, Eddie Vedder, Bryan Adams, Kelly Jones and Nigel Kennedy.