Jodie Whittaker and other British actresses to appear in spoof to benefit NHS

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In an effort to raise £1 million for the frontline workers in Intensive Care Units around the UK, Doctor Who actress Jodie Whittaker and other famous British actresses have come together to raise money for the Intensive Care Society, a charity dedicated to supporting NHS staff who work in Intensive Care.

Maxine Peake, Olivia Colman CBE, Sienna Miller, Emma Thomson DBE, Nathalie Emmanuel, Mandeep Dhillion, Gemma Arterton, Weruche Opia are just some of the other names who have lent their talents to convey a very powerful message: “Keep Fighting” for the NHS/ICU frontline staff.

Keep Fighting, promises to be a British comedy slapstick version of the famous American YouTube sensation Boss Bitch Fight, directed by Zoe Bell and featuring famous American actresses such as Cameron Diaz, Scarlett Johannson, and Drew Barrymore.

The NHS Intensive Care staff work around the clock saving lives and many are contracting Covid-19 while doing so. The project aims raise a minimum of £1,000,000 to help support them in any way possible.

The short spoof, all shot on smart phones, was written and directed by musician and actor Collette Cooper. It is a Thelonious Punk Production produced by Mike Hanson and Collette Cooper and co-produced by Pip Gill of Pip Gill Management. Associate Producer and co-chairman of Independent Talent Group, Duncan Heath, is also heavily involved with the ICS.

Keep Fighting will premiere on November 11 at 7:30pm GMT. You can request access to the video for a donation of your choice here.