25 November, 2015 - NME.com
Noel Gallagher is set to become the latest artist to play BBC Radio 2's In Concert series. Gallagher will perform at BBC Radio Theatre in London on December 7 as part of an all-day event which will include a live soundcheck during the day broadcast on Ken Bruce's Radio 2 show aplus an online Q&A with fans hosted by Simon Mayo. SEE ALSO: Aurora Q&A – Meet The Little-Known Singer Covering Oasis For John Lewis The live gig will be hosted by Jo Whiley and will be streamed on BBC Radio 2, Red Button and the station's website from 8pm. Jenn Five/NME Free tickets for the gig are available until November 26 at 10pm. Winners will be drawn at random. "We've persuaded a fantastic range of world class musicians to our In Concert stage over the years and it's great to have Noel Gallagher join us again with some unique interpretations of his songs," BBC Radio 2's head of music Jeff Smith said. Meanwhile, it was recently confirmed that both Noel and Liam Gallagher will take part in an upcoming Oasis documentary made by the team behind this year's Amy Winehouse biopic. James Gay-Rees of production company On The Corner and director Asif Kapadia will follow up their work on the hugely successful Amy with a new flick charting the rise of the Britpop band right from their early days. Filmmakers are said to have been given "unprecedented" access to the band and unseen archive footage. Kapadia will act as executive-director on the film with Mat Whitecross (Spike Island) to direct.