Piano man: Mark Kingswood takes on 24 keyboards in 24 hours

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Piano man: Mark Kingswood takes on 24 keyboards in 24 hours

Musician Mark Kingswood has taken on a charity Christmas challenge with a difference.

The London singer, whose musical career has taken him to live and record in Canada, this week performed on 24 pianos in 24 hours to entertain the public, and raise some money for homeless charity Centrepoint

Ahead of the gigs, which were at a variety of locations from Ronnie Scott's to the public pianos in St Pancras Station, he spoke to London Live's Luke Blackall.

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