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The Who play Quadrophenia for Teenage Cancer Trust

The Who play Quadrophenia for Teenage Cancer Trust

The Who's Teenage Cancer Trust shows go on sale

Tickets go on sale today for this year's Teenage Cancer Trust benefit concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in March. The Who's Roger Daltrey, a patron of the Trust, has been the driving force behind the concerts since they began in 2000. Having failed to find any willing younger rockers willing to take on the job, he has assembled another stellar cast for this year.

The Who will deliver the climax on March 30 with a performance of their 1973 Mod-themed rock opera Quadrophenia. They'll be preceded by Them Crooked Vultures (March 22), a reformed Suede (March 24), Arctic Monkeys (March 27), boyband JLS (28) and The Specials (29). Noel Gallagher, a stoical supporter of the TCT over the years, will play on March 25 and 26 in what will be his first performances since quitting Oasis last summer. March 23 is Comedy Night, with Jimmy Carr, Noel Fielding and Rhod Gilbert.

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Hi my boyfriend and friends went to this event - really enjoyed themselves and would like to know if it was filmed at all - so that they could maybe purchase a dvd of the night ??? Could you please let me know. Thanx

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