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GALLERY: Singers, dancers and magicians line up for Seven Kings Got Talent

11:03 28 July 2014

Classic Indian Dancer Amita Singaravelou at Seven Kings Got Talent at St John the Evangalist in Ilford.

Classic Indian Dancer Amita Singaravelou at Seven Kings Got Talent at St John the Evangalist in Ilford.

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Talented performers lined up to battle it out over the weekend in a talent show.

St John’s the Evangelist in Seven Kings hosted Seven Kings Got Talent, with more than 30 performers taking part in the contest.

Rev Jonathan Evens said the show was “full of flair and creativity”, featuring soloists, duos and groups, instrumentals, magic and dance.

In between the competition sections, the United for Christ Band performed worship songs.

“Our judges - Keith, Irene and Dennis - had a difficult task which they performed with great aplomb,” he added.

The evening was compered by Dr Winston Solomon.

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