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VIDEOS: Ian McKellen, Lesley Manville, Elaine Paige, Carrie Hope Fletcher, and More Perform Monologues For Equity Benevolent Fund's #ForTheLoveofArts

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Stars such as Ian McKellen, Lesley Manville, Elaine Paige, Carrie Hope Fletcher, and many more performed monologues as part of the #ForTheLoveOfArts initiative to support the thousands of entertainment industry professionals affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Watch all of the videos in the playlist below!

The initiative was created to support the Equity Benevolent Fund.

To donate to the Equity Benevolent Fund, visit To give via text message, text EQUITY to 70470 to give £5.00 or 70480 to give £10. For other ways to donate, visit

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