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First headliners announced for the 2018 TCT concerts.

Huge news! We’re so excited to announce The Courteeners (Friday 23 March) and Kasabian (Saturday 24 March) as the first two headliners for the 2018 Teenage Cancer Trust shows at the Royal Albert Hall in association with Aldi UK! Share this awesome […]

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Ramport Studios gets historic landmark plaque

Ramport, The Who’s old recording studio in Thessaly Road, Battersea, south London finally got a green plaque last week after campaigning from local artist Brian Barnes, MBE (above, holding the plaque) who originally proposed the idea back in 2011 to Wandsworth Borough […]

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Helping Teen Cancer patients keep up with their education was launched in January 2017 to expressly make educational support affordable and accessible to all children across the UK. There are numerous reasons why a child might not have access to a steady education, whether by illness or another […]

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The Adoration Trilogy is unveiled

On Monday evening, November 13, 2017, 600 people gathered in the Raphael Gallery of the Victoria & Albert Museum in west London for the unveiling of The Adoration Trilogy: In Search of Apollo, a mammoth work of art by renowned […]

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Roger Daltrey ~ “We are what we are”.

At the Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort, in Ontario, Canada, on the penultimate night of Roger Daltrey’s brief solo tour of the US and Canada he shares a few thoughts with the fans.

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Bill Curbishley wins Artist Loyalty Award at the A&R Awards 2017

Our warmest congratulations go to The Who’s long-time manager Bill Curbishley, who picked up the Artist Loyalty Award at the A&R Awards 2017 at the Sheraton Grand Park Lane, London last night (November 1). This well-deserved award was presented to him […]

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