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The Tough Way To Get To London

“People sometimes sneer at those who run every day, claiming they’ll go to any length to live longer. But don’t think that’s the reason most people run.

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The WHO - " Teenage Cancer Trust " Royal Albert Hall, London - April 2017

The Who performed their 1969 album Tommy in full during their gig at this year’s Teenage Cancer Trust.

The gig took place at London’s Royal Albert Hall… 135 more words


Dr Rosena opens TYA chill-out room

For over 5 years FACE has been supporting the development of a special unit in St Georges that will uplift the experiences of children and young adults while they are in hospital being treated for cancer, by creating a special zone for relaxation, communication, and enjoyment. 136 more words


Diana Gomez

Celebrity portrait photographer Diana Gomez is a rock’n’roller. Born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, but working in London for the last 16 years, Diana has photographed artists in the music, art and film worlds including Rihanna, Courtney Love, Grayson Perry, La Roux while nurturing a career in editorial photography and advertising for the likes of Harper’s Bazaar, L’Officiel, ES Magazine,  Coca Cola, Virgin, Warner Brothers, Atlantic Records, BAFTA and many more. 458 more words


The WHO - " Tommy Live At The Royal Albert Hall "

The Who performed their rock opera Tommy live and in its entirety, for the first time back in April this year, at the Royal Albert Hall… 265 more words


Checking out the chill-out room!

We are delighted to announce that on Monday 19 June 2017 the chill-out room for young people with cancer opened at St George’s Hospital. We were delighted to come to see the room and meet Nikki, the TYA nurse who will be using this room as a base for counselling and therapeutic activities. 119 more words

Senseless Things tribute album - now out!

We are very proud to feature a track on the new Senseless Things Tribute album “Punk, Not Fraggle”.

The album features 15 tracks by 15 bands all covering songs by 90s indie punk pop kids The Senseless Things and is a fundraiser for… 168 more words