Famous rock bank Squeeze played an acoustic gig in tribute to the death of a teenager in south east London 10 years ago.

Jimmy Mizen was killed a day before his 16th birthday after a thrown glass dish severed a blood vessel in his neck in Lee.

A charity called For Jimmy was set up after his death.

Squeeze, renowned for hits like Up the Junction and Cool for Cats, played a surprise gig at the Street Food Union in Rupert Street, Soho, on Thursday (July 5) in memory of Jimmy.

For Jimmy is an official charity of OnBLackheath - an end-of-summer festival which will return on September 8 and 9, with Squeeze headlining the show.

Co-Founder of ONBLackheath said: "The festival has always supported For Jimmy and this year with Squeeze headlining we wanted to do something to raise awareness with Squeeze, who hail from South London too.

"There will be a festival vibe throughout Street Food Union with loads of other street performers from the festival all lending their time. Head on down for some lunch and support this incredible cause."

In June - Jimmy Mizen's parents appealed for peace in London after a brutally violent start to 2018.

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