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Celebrity performances raise vital funds for refugees

On Sunday 25th October, an array of London’s biggest stars from film, theatre, music and television came together for ‘A Song for Syria’, a one off performance at St. Paul’s Covent Garden to raise money for Syrian refugees.  

  • The star studded 'A Song for Syria' included special performances from some of the most talented performers in the UK; the cast of ‘Phantom of the Opera’ sang ‘The Rose’ and a reunited B*Witched sang their hit ‘C’est La Vie’ 

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  • The evening also featured actress and IRC ambassador, Romola Garai (Suffragette 2015), Patti Clare (Coronation Street) and actor John Bett (The Golden Compass, 2007), who all gave empowering readings on the refugee crisis.

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  • Eleanor Dougoud, Deputy Executive Director, IRC-UK (pictured right), gave an introduction to the IRC's work providing lifesaving assistance

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