West End performers speak to young people to help tackle bullying in schools

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West End performers speak to young people to help tackle bullying in schools

Celebrities and performers from the West End met with hundreds of young people in north London today as part of a Diana Award campaign to prevent bullying and homophobia in schools.

The cast from the musical 'everybody's talking about Jamie' joined workshops at Alexandra Palace, including the real life Jamie the show is based on.

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