Scissor Sisters are to play an intimate acoustic gig next month in aid of charity Mencap.
The I Don't Feel Like Dancing disco glam rockers are the latest to sign up to Mencap's Little Noise Sessions and will perform at Bush Hall in London on Saturday December 4.
Ana Matronic said: "Education is something we are passionate about, and to stand behind Mencap's mission in supporting those with learning disabilities is a great honour."
The New Yorkers are usually residents at huge venues worldwide, but for this very special exclusive show they will bring their giant sound to a much smaller stage in front of just 350 lucky fans.
Tickets go on sale on Friday November 26, with a limited pre-sale from Wednesday November 24.
Tickets can be bought by subscribing at www.littlenoisesessions.org.uk.
Jo Whiley, Mencap ambassador said: "What better way to bring the annual Mencap's Little Noise Sessions to a close with another very special announcement. Join us on 4th December, as Scissor Sisters will play a surprise winter-themed gig, giving fans a chance to see this world-class band play in front of a tiny audience."
Tom Jones, Paolo Nutini, Hurts, The Kooks and Ellie Goulding are some of the acts who wowed crowds at Islington's Union Chapel as part of Mencap's Little Noise Sessions last week.