Linda and Teddy Thompson To Play Together

The family members announce a one-off show to raise money for Amnesty

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Linda Thompson and musician son Teddy have announced that they will play a one-off show together in London this December.

‘A Thompson Family Christmas Show’ will take place at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on December 17 and they will also be joined by guest artists on the night.

Proceeds the Christmas Show will go to Amnesty International and Linda Thompson comments: “Tis the season to sing, dance and give a little to those less fortunate than ourselves.”

Teddy Thompson adds: “We aim to put on a beautiful night of music that will benefit those in need all over the world. Amnesty are a great organisation who fight poverty and suffering all year round.”

Tickets go on sale October 29, a full line-up will be announced soon.

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