U.K. rock act Suede is to reform for what is described as a one-off performance at London's Royal Albert Hall, as part of the annual series of concerts in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust.

The show will take place in March, with the date to be confirmed.

However, it is not the original line-up of the band, but the post-1996 version featuring Richard Oakes on guitar and keyboard player Neil Codling.

Original guitarist Bernard Butler quit the group in 1994, prior to the release of sophomore album "Dog Man Star." But he and Suede singer Brett Anderson did reunite in 2004 for a side project, the Tears.

Butler has since worked as a songwriter and producer with artists including Duffy, and he has produced singer songwriter Kate Nash's forthcoming sophomore set.

Suede has not been active since late 2003. Anderson has since released three solo albums and has a show at London Shepherds Bush Empire on Jan. 22, followed by a European tour.

The group is known as the London Suede in the U.S. for legal reasons.

The charity concerts are organized by the Who's Roger Daltrey.