If you fancy soaking up a night of reggae music at London's iconic Royal Albert Hall, then our latest competition will be right up your street.
The Teenage Cancer Trust host a series of special music and comedy events at the Royal Albert Hall annually, and we're giving you a chance to be a part of the festivities this year. On Monday March 19, UB40 ft. Ali, Astro & Mickey headline a night of reggae at the RAH, and we have one pair of tickets to give away to one lucky winner.
UB40 ft. Ali, Astro & Mickey sees the group's founding members Ali Campbell, Mickey Virtue and Astro come together alongside their eight-piece reggae band, and they will perform classic UB40 hits plus songs from their new album A Real Labour of Love, which is currently Number 2 on the Official Albums Chart.
The Red Red Wine musicians will be supported by reggae legend David Rodigan, UK reggae super group Three The Hard Way, and rising star Hollie Cook.
Over 235 artists and comedians have played Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall since 2000, raising over £27 million for young people with cancer. Other Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall events in 2018 include An Evening of Comedy hosted by Russell Howard, Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Roger Daltrey, Courteeners, Kasabian and Def Leppard. More details can be found here.
To be in with a chance of winning our pair of tickets, fill out the competition form below and answer the question included correctly. Good luck!