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The BBC Children in Need Appeal is a charity registered in England and Wales (802052) and Scotland (SC039557) whose aim is to make a positive change to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.BBC Children in Need’s vision is that every child in the UK has a safe, happy and secure childhood and the chance to reach their po...
BBC Children In Need Rocksstars, from 6 Fan reports
London - Hammersmith Apollo
Fantastic night!! from Nurse jones, 19/11/13Had such a fantastic night!! Seeing Agnitha from ABBA was such a surprise and Robbie and Gary performing with Barry Manilow was phenomenal!! The hi light had to be Jeff Lyn with mr blue sky! So many surprises!! Just wished had been able to go on the Wednesday night as well!
london - hammersmith appollo
good evening from me, 19/11/13it was a good evening the retakes for the bbc event let it down with links to artist played on the previous days show but otherwise it was a good evening. songs from keane, bastille, tom jones, ellie goulding, passenger, tom odell, gary barlow,
London - hammersmith Apollo
We were not a studio audience. from SUPERUs, 19/11/13Artists performed well but there was no interaction with the audience bar Kings of Leon who at least made the effort. All the others may as well have sung to an empty studio. Chris Evans doing his autocues midway through the show made it feel very much like a Studio Audience event where you get in for free so expect breaks in the show and reruns if the hosts mess up their lines BUT we were paying customers at £80 a pop so I would have expected it to have been put together like a proper charity concert.- Congratulations to the BBC for some very good editing to make it look better on TV than it actually was. Well done to Gary Barlow for getting it on and of course it was for a fantastic cause. Wouldnt go again though because of the way it was put together. Ill just donate next time