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We report from the London event - watch video and view pictures galore!

We report from the London event - watch video and view pictures galore!

The I'd Do Anything live music events have been happening all across the UK, helping thousands of people to find their voices.

The events have been staged to bring the joy of singing and musical theatre to as wide an audience as possible and also to show that anybody can belt out a great tune with a bit of encouragement.

People that attended the events were treated to exciting and intensive musical workshops before gathering together to perform a twenty minute show.

We went along to one of the events in London to see the final performance as members of the public sang some big show tunes accompanied by a full orchestra, Connie Fisher and Nancys Keisha, Sarah and Ashley.

We asked a few of the younger singers what they thought of the day and who their favourite Nancy is.

'My name is Samantha from London and I really enjoyed this. My favourite bit was the singing and my favourite Nancy is Samantha.'

'I'm Ellie May. My favourite bit was when we did the big finale. My favourite Nancys are Jessie and Jodie.'

'Hello I'm Sophie. My favourite bit was when everybody got to sing. My favourite Nancy is Jessie.'

'I'm Daniel. The best bit was the final sing-a-long. My favourite Nancy is Samantha. Go Samantha!'

'Hello I'm Yasmin. My favourite bit was when all the Nancys came on stage. I want Jodie to win. Go Jodie!'

Click here to watch a clip of the live music events.

Click here to view pictures from the Cardiff event.

Click here to view pictures from the Newcastle event.

Click here to view pictures from the Glasgow event.

Click here to view pictures from the London event.

Click here for an interview with special guest Connie Fisher.

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