Little Noise Sessions: Mencap Music Presents

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The Enemy pulled in a string quartet to bolster their acoustic performance at the Union Chapel. Pic: PA Photos

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Jack Penate told the crowd performing in a church "made him feel the pressure of God". Pic: PA Photos

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Jack Penate got help on the evening with backing vocals provided by rising star Adele. Pic: PA Photos

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Keane singer Tom Chaplin praised the work of Mencap from the stage, saying the organisation "does a huge amount to improve quality of life and break down terrible prejudices that still exist in society today". Pic: PA Photos

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The Wombats' performance included favourites like recent single 'Let's Dance To Joy Division' and 'Kill The Director'. The band told NME.COM later they thought the show was "very special". Pic: PA Photos

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Laura Marling insisted to the capacity crowd: "I'm not as miserable as my songs make out." Pic: PA Photos

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U2's shock performance saw Bono and The Edge play rarity 'Wave Of Sorrow', which shows up on the newly-expanded version of the group's 1987 classic album 'The Joshua Tree'. Pic: PA Photos

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As they left the stage, Razorlight were asked by host Jo Whiley if they would headline the event next year, to which frontman Johnny Borrell replied "Yeah!" Pic: PA Photos

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Razorlight's Johnny Borrell revealed that his bandmate Andy Burrows, who normally drums, was a "bit nervous" about accompanying his singer on guitar. Pic: PA Photos

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Billy Bragg was joined by Kate Nash on piano when he performed 'A New England'. Pic: PA Photos

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