Bruce Dickinson visited charity Nordoff Robbin’s London centre, which helps children

with autism, adults with learning difficulties and people with neurological disorders, to celebrate Music Therapy Week. On his first public appearance since he was given the all-clear from cancer, Bruce met some patients and members of the stuff, while he also played some acoustic guitar to his young friends delight. “Music Therapy Week” seeks to raise awareness of how Nordoff Robbins’ programme  is committed to  transforming people’s lives through music – “whatever their age or background.” Finally, Iron Mainen will receive a Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef award on July 3 for their “outstanding contribution to UK music”.