If there's ever been anything you've wanted to ask Noel Gallagher, all you need to get some answers are a few British pounds and a ride to England.

The guitarist and primary songwriter for Oasis will be conducting an intimate Q&A session at the Hammersmith Club in London on Nov. 3 to benefit Make Some Noise -- a new charity that brings together people from the music world to help disadvantaged children and young people across the U.K.

"Having rarely stopped blowing my own trumpet since April '94, it'll come as no surprise I jumped at the chance to let the people catch me at it again, so to speak, while at the same time raising a few bob for the kids," Gallagher said, according to NME. "It'll be a pleasure."

Arranged in partnership with global radio station Xfm,'An Evening With Noel Gallagher' will also feature Manic Street Preachers bassist Nicky Wire, Creation Records founder Alan McGee and Shortlist Deputy Editor Hamish Macbain.

Only 120 people will be admitted; tickets priced between £40 and £100 ($65 and $162) will be available Oct. 1 via xfm.co.uk.

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