Thousands attended the event in Manchester's Albert Square
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Manchester attack: Sing-along tribute to bomb victims

Thousands of people came together to lead a chorus of amateur voices in a mass sing-along to remember the Manchester Arena attack victims.

Celebrated Manchester poet Tony Walsh brought the Albert Square event to a close by calling for a "minute's noise" in memory of the 22 who died.

The crowd then joined in a rendition of Oasis's Don't Look Back in Anger.

  • 22 May 2018