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30 October 2012

Gary Barlow added to line-up for Little Noise Sessions at St John-at-Hackney

LITTLE Noise Sessions has announced Gary Barlow, Amy Macdonald and Olly Murs as the latest additions to the line-up for the charity concert at St John-at-Hackney Church.

Gary’s appearance on 19 November adds an extra date to Mencap’s series of intimate East London gigs, extending the mini music festival to seven days for the first time in its history. The X Factor judge and fifth member of Take That is renowned for working on charity projects and recently sold out a 17-date arena tour.

Essex-born Olly Murs headlines on 20 November. Originally an X Factor runner-up, he has had four number one singles, two double platinum selling albums, and played at the O2. Olly will be supported by Lawson and Loveable Rogues.

On 25 November, multi-million album selling Amy Macdonald takes the stage. Back with a new top 10 album, she is known for folk pop and refreshingly simple live performances. She will be joined by Karin Park, the latest addition to the Scandinavian synth driven electronica scene.

The Maccabees, Noah and the Whale, and Richard Hawley are among those also set to perform.

Little Noise Sessions, in association with Destination Hackney, now runs from Monday, 19 November to Sunday, 25 November at the 1,200 capacity St John-at-Hackney Church. The Jo Wiley curated concert raises money for people with learning difficulties.

Pre-sale tickets for the newly announced acts are released on 1 November, before going on general release on 2 November. Tickets for other Little Noise Sessions nights are on sale now. For more info, visit: www.littlenoisesessions.org.uk

Gary Barlow will perform on 19 November at St John at Hackney Church

Gary Barlow will perform on 19 November at St John at Hackney Church

Gary Barlow will perform on 19 November at St John at Hackney Church

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