Carolling to combat cancer, Natalie Rushdie to join stars at The Royal Albert Hall

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Carolling to combat cancer, Natalie Rushdie to join stars at The Royal Albert Hall

Next week, the Royal Albert Hall will host a special Christmas concert to raise money and awareness about blood cancers.

Organised by the charity Bloodwise, which supports people with leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma, it features singers including Matthew Morrison star of TV show Glee and London singer Natalie Rushdie.

Natalie came into the London Live studios along with George Norton, who was a blood cancer sufferer and is now an ambassador for Bloodwise.

 

Christmas Carols with Bloodwise is at the Royal Albert Hall on 11th December.

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