31 October 2011
Stars from the worlds of music, comedy, television and theatre will be celebrating 100 years of Macmillan Cancer Support at The Macmillan Centenary Gala, an all-star evening of entertainment hosted by Graham Norton, at The London Palladium on Monday 28 November.
The green carpet will be rolled out along Argyll Street for The Macmillan Centenary Gala to welcome a star-studded audience. Stars already confirmed to take to the world famous Palladium stage include Miranda Hart, Jimmy Osmond, John Barrowman, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Jimmy Carr, Fearne Cotton, The Nolans, Arlene Phillips, Robin Windsor & Kristina Rihanoff, Danielle Hope (Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz) and the casts of hit West End musicals Chicago and The Lion King.
Graham Norton said, “It is an honour to be hosting The Macmillan Centenary Gala, which is set to be an incredible evening of glitz and glamour at The London Palladium. Macmillan Cancer Support does a truly wondrous job in helping people affected by cancer, so the evening will be a magical celebration for all of us both on stage and in the audience.”
All ticket holders will be given the royal treatment as they rub shoulders with the stars on the green carpet. Tickets for the event range from £35 for theatre tickets, to £325 for theatre tickets and invite to the VIP pre- and post-theatre receptions.
For more information see macmillan.org.uk/gala or to purchase tickets call 020 7840 4747 (Mon – Fri, 9am to 5pm).
For further information please contact:
Claire Keuls, Press Officer
020 7840 4872
Susie Richardson, PR Manager
020 7840 7809
About Macmillan Cancer Support
Macmillan Cancer Support improves the lives of people affected by cancer, providing practical, medical, emotional and financial support. Working alongside people affected by cancer, Macmillan works to improve cancer care. More than one in three of us get cancer. Two million of us are living with it. If you are affected by cancer Macmillan can help.
For cancer information and support, contact Macmillan’s helpline on 0808 808 00 00 or visit www.macmillan.org.uk.