Your chance to see the pop superstar at a low-key gig in London..

ROBBIE WILLIAMS fans are being given a chance to win tickets for his low-key charity gig in LONDON on Thursday night (February 8).

Fans signed up to [url=]www.robbiewilliams.co.uk are being given the chance to win one of 30 pairs of tickets for the secret show, which will act as a warm-up for his forthcoming European tour.

Cash raised at the gig will be split between his own Give It Sum charity and UNICEF’s ‘Growing Up Alone’ campaign.


Robbie is a UNICEF Special Representative, and his previous duties have included spending a week in Mozambique last year and demolishing a wall at a photocall on World Aids Day on December 1. A spokesperson for UNICEF told NME.COM the charity had not been involved with the show at all and was unaware of ticket prices or how exactly the funds will be raised at the event, but confirmed that both Give It Sum and UNICEF would benefit from it.

Two questions were emailed out to members who are signed up for the site’s Inner Sanctum last week, and winners will be instructed to arrive in London for 7pm on Thursday for the show, which is expected to finish at 9.30pm.

The email states that only members of the Inner Sanctum aged over 18 are being contacted. Speculation in the UK today that it could be held at the Equinox nightclub, in central London’s Leicester Square, is as yet unconfirmed.

Many dates on the UK and Eire leg of the tour are already sold out, but some tickets are still available through the website, and Inner Sanctum members can still obtain tickets for some of the sold out shows.

The dates in full are:

Dublin Lansdowne Road (July 6, 7)


Cardiff Millennium Stadium (14, 15)

Milton Keynes Bowl (20, 21, 22)

Manchester Old Trafford Cricket Ground (27, 28, 20)

Glasgow Hampden Park (August 4, 5)


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