ABSOLUTE RADIO LIVE
ABSOLUTE RADIO LIVE, IN SUPPORT OF TEENAGE CANCER TRUST:
On Sunday 21st November 2021, Absolute Radio Live returns to the London Palladium for radio’s biggest-ever comedy night. Some of Britain’s best loved comedians will be taking to the stage to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust, who will receive the profits from ticket sales. Listen to Absolute Radio for line-up announcements.
Tickets are on sale NOW!
Recommended 14+ years (Parental Guidance) – Likely to be swearing and adult content.
ABOUT TEENAGE CANCER TRUST:
Every day, seven young people aged 13-24 hear the words “you have cancer”. Even with family and healthcare professionals around them, young people facing cancer may find themselves isolated, scared and lacking control. Relationships, exams, careers, life plans – cancer can throw everything into chaos.
Teenage Cancer Trust supports young people with cancer across the UK, making sure they get the specialised care and support they need. They are the only UK charity dedicated to meeting this vital need – so no young person faces cancer alone. Teenage Cancer Trust’s world-leading services puts young people in the best possible place, physically, mentally and emotionally, for their cancer treatment and beyond.
Find out more about Teenage Cancer Trust RIGHT HERE. Teenage Cancer Trust is a registered charity: 1062559 (England & Wales), SC039757 (Scotland)
ABSOLUTE RADIO LIVE FAQS:
When is it?
Sunday 21st November 2021.
What time does it start?
Please check The London Palladium website.
Where is it?
The London Palladium, Argyll Street, London W1F 7TF.
How do I get there?
The nearest underground station is Oxford Circus (Central, Victoria and Bakerloo lines) and Bond Street (Central and Jubilee Lines).
London bus routes that operate in the area are 3, 6, 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 23, 25, 53, 55, 73, 88, 94, 98, 113, 137, 139, and 159.
For safe and secure parking, Q-Park Oxford Street is just a few minutes’ walk.
Will there be disabled access?
To enquire about purchasing access & companion tickets at The London Palladium, please
ring their ticketing office ran by SEE Tickets on 020 7087 7966 or alternatively please email
For all information regarding disabled parking, access to and inside the venue please click here to download the information sheet, alternatively head over to The London Palladium website.
Where do I buy tickets?
Tickets are available for purchase at Absolute Radio’s official ticket outlet’s; Ticketmaster, Aloud.com and The London Palladium.
We highly advise that you do not purchase tickets from anywhere but the above official ticketing outlets.
Can I bring my children?
Recommended 14+ years (parental guidance). Please note this event is likely to contain swearing and adult content.
I have a question about my ticket.
Please contact your point of purchase for more information.
Can I bring my own food/ drinks?
Unfortunately not, however snacks and drinks are available for purchase in the venue. A selection of restaurants are located in the surrounding area of the venue should you like to eat out before the event.
Is there a cloakroom?
Cloakrooms are temporarily closed (however we hope they are open by this event), please check back at The London Palladium website nearer the time.
Can I bring a bag?
If the cloakroom is open, please refrain from bringing luggage or large bags as there may not be space to store them.
Will I be searched on entry?
The venue operates bag checks on arrival.
Some of Britain’s best-loved comedians are playing London Palladium in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust on Sunday 21st November 2021.
Can I smoke?
The London Palladium operates a strict no smoking policy.
If an access patron would like to go outside to smoke, our level access host will be able to assist them in getting to the front of the building via the same way they entered.
Where can I find the line-up?
Listen to Absolute Radio for announcements when they happen.
Please note this is a multi-artist event and line-up is subject to change.
Is the event being filmed?
This event may be filmed, ticket holders attending the event acknowledge that they are likely to be filmed, recorded and/or photographed.
Can I take videos and photos?
Recording equipment except mobile phones and small personal cameras are prohibited at the event.
Can I get a refund?
Tickets are non-transferable, non-refundable, and must not be sold on to avoid duplication and to avoid disappointment on the night.
What about Covid-19?
Please note that there may be additional measures in place to ensure the safety of staff and guests in relation to Covid-19 which may vary according to health and safety and government advice at the time of the event. Click here for the latest information from The London Palladium. Should the event be postponed all tickets will remain valid for the new date, or will be refundable from their point of purchase.