A group of homeless and marginalised people are giving Hugh Jackman a run for his money as they release their special version of The Greatest Showman’s ‘This Is Me’. The Choir with No Name (CWWN) is a UK charity that gets more than 170 homeless people singing every week, running choirs in London, Birmingham, Brighton and Liverpool. Exploring a range of pop, rock, soul, gospel, reggae and musicals, each rehearsal ends with dinner for the singers, and the choirs perform regularly where they can, gigging everywhere from local homeless hostels to the Royal Festival Hall.

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Source: The Big Issue