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BAFTA winner Georgina Campbell joins stars for Keats House performance

PUBLISHED: 08:00 12 June 2015

Actors Leanne Best, Nicholas Pinnock, Laura Pradelska and Georgina Campbell, at Keat's Community Library where they all took part in readings for a YouYou mentoring project event.

Actors Leanne Best, Nicholas Pinnock, Laura Pradelska and Georgina Campbell, at Keat's Community Library where they all took part in readings for a YouYou mentoring project event.

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Stars of stage and screen gathered in the historic home of poet John Keats for a special charity performance to showcase young literary talent.

Nicholas Pinnock, Leanne Best, Laura Pradelska and Georgina Campbell, who recently picked up a Best Leading Actress BAFTA, appeared at Keats House, in Keats Grove, Hampstead, on Tuesday night for the I’m A Storyteller event.

The stars talked about their favourite books, poetry and inspirations, as well as entertaining guests with poetry readings and extracts from I’m A StoryTeller, a series of short stories penned by aspiring young novelists Nyasha Duri, Olivia Maxwell and Louella Ward, all mentored under the YOUYOU mentoring scheme.

Mr Pinnock is famed for his starring role in Sky Atlantic’s hit drama Fortitude, Ms Best is well-known for her role in BBC One’s Ripper Street and Laura Pradelska is renowned for playing Quaithe in fantasy drama Game of Thrones.

Ms Campbell has been heralded for her BAFTA-winning performance in BBC Three drama Murdered by My Boyfriend.

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