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Niall Horan to perform special gig at the Royal Albert Hall

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Niall Horan to perform special gig at the Royal Albert Hall

Niall Horan to perform special gig at the Royal Albert Hall

Singer Niall Horan is to perform at London’s Royal Albert Hall in a special gig to help his crew.

Niall told ITN that all profits will go to the self-employed crew who have struggled financially during the pandemic.

The performance will take place without a live audience, but fans can catch it online on 7th November.

The Irish singer has urged other artists to follow him in putting on such performances.

Report by Thomasl.

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