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Zoë gives ‘wonderful’ readings at charity Christmas concerts

15 December 2018 04:50

Here’s Zoë pictured earlier this week as a special guest at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health’s Christmas celebration in London.

She read an extract from Dickens’ festive classic, A Christmas Carol, at the event, which was held at the Priory Church of the Order of St John. As you can see, the RCPCH praised Zoe’s reading as ‘wonderful’.

You may remember her touching performance as Scrooge’s lost love, Belle, in the BBC's well-loved 1977 adaptation of the novella.

Last week, Zoë took part in another seasonal charity event in the city, the Adfam carol concert at St Bride’s Church. Her chosen reading there, John Betjeman’s atmospheric poem, ‘Christmas’, was also warmly received.

Other well-known guests included actor Gina McKee and presenter Sue Cook.

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