Paul Weller joins Muse for Royal Albert Hall shows

Fratellis and 'Mighty Boosh' also doing Teenage Cancer Trust gigs

Paul Weller and The Fratellis are joining Muse in headlining this year’s Teenage Cancer Trust gigs at the Royal Albert Hall.

There will also be a comedy night hosted by ‘The Mighty Boosh’’s Noel Fielding.

Muse said that they would be performing at the London venue this week, and it has now being confirmed they will play for the charity on April 12.

Paul Wellerwho made a guest appearence with Noel Gallagher at last year’s Teenage Cancer Trust gigs – will play an acoustic show with Ocean Colour Scene guitarist Steve Cradock on April 10. Duffy will also play the gig.

Noel Fielding’s evening of comedy is on April 9, while The Fratellis and Figure 5 play on April 11. More acts will be announced soon.

This is the eighth year of Teenage Cancer Trust shows at the London venue. They are co-organised by the charity’s patron, The Who frontman Roger Daltrey and have featured the likes of Noel Gallagher, Kaiser Chiefs, Razorlight and The Who in previous years.

Tickets for this year’s shows go on sale tomorrow (February 22) at 10am, via

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