First Broadcast: November 2005 (BBCTV)
Original Cast: London-based fundraisers for Children in Need
Camera: David Perella
Produced by: Penny Wrout for BBC London
Composed and Directed by: Benjamin Till

Shot in a single day in Coram Fields and Spitalfields City Farm, this film starred 400 Londoners who were raising money for Children in Need.

The film features countless weird, wonderful and colourful characters, rangin from a baked bean bather, to a man in the process of having his body hair waxed.  One of the highlights of the film has to be the deaf children from the Oak Lodge Primary School, who sign-sing the first chorus of the song.

At one point, a West End tug-of-war between the casts of Mary Poppins and Les Miserables was won hands down by the Les Mis squad, despite the Poppins team being assisted by the St John's Ambulance, and the whole film crew!


Medical Students  on a Bed RaceStreet dancers  and Bollywood dancers in Coram Fields