Noel Fielding At The Albert Hall
Razorlight joined the Mighty Boosh front man for a surprise performance at the Teenage Cancer Trust gig.
Noel Fielding brought many friends- including Razorlight- with him at his Royal Albert Hall gig for charity the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Marking its 8th year, the biggest names in rock music and comedy have come together for the shows in London.
The eagerly anticipated dates sold out in record time and raise vital funds for the charity. The second leg of the weeks events saw Mighty Boosh star Fielding give the Royal Albert Hall the shock of a lifetime.
He was joined by an array of his friends and family for a comdey line up that would shock the most of liberal of us, with his parents' stories of taking acid in the 1970s amongst the lively set!
After the first interval Noel's best mates Johnny and Andy from Razorlight jumped on stage and peformed a one off acoustic set for the audience including hits America and Before I Fall To Pieces.
But the biggest musical highlight, however, was not Borrell, but the appearance of Fieldings partner in crime Julian Barratt on guitar and the debut of a full Boosh band-who rocked it out for the rest of the night.
Future TCT shows will feature Muse, Duffy, The Fratellis and Paul Weller. For more information on how you can get involved go HERE