Noah Wall, Cumbria's 'miracle boy', is preparing to grace the stage at London's Royal Albert Hall.

Born with only two per cent of his brain which has now grown to 80 per cent, Noah continues to face a life-threatening condition.

His condition has meant that Noah has spent a lot of time in the RVI since he was born.

This year however, Noah will be heading down to the historic venue on April 8 as part of the award-winning Music Man Project, where he will join musical theatre legend and multi-platinum recording artist, Michael Ball and The Band of His Majesty’s Royal Marines.

Noah's mum Shelly Wall said: "He's very excited to be with his friends.

"Everyone is the same on that stage and that makes a massive difference to someone who has a disability, whether it be physical or mental." 

Tickets are available via The Royal Albert Hall website, with prices starting at £24. 

The JustGiving page, which has so far raised over £500, is still open to help the Wall family with funding costs such as travel and transport for the weekend.