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Young comedy duo steal show at Archway school talent contest

15:30 17 July 2012

Pictured are the winners, from left is Mason Kirkman 8, and Bailey Brown 8, both did a comedy act. Pic by Dieter Perry

Pictured are the winners, from left is Mason Kirkman 8, and Bailey Brown 8, both did a comedy act. Pic by Dieter Perry

Dieter Perry

Talented comedy duo Mason Kirkman and Bailey Brown stole the show at their school’s talent show on Saturday.

The eight-year-old pupils at Hargrave Park Primary School in Hargrave Park, Archway, entertained the audience with their sketch in which they sang, adopted American accents and performed funny walks.

The talent show was the highlight of the school’s summer fete where a host of stalls and activities including those laid on by Arsenal in the Community were also on offer.

Pastoral care manager John Collins said: “It was fantastic. There were 12 acts which had been whittled down from the auditions – there was singing, dancing, drama and comedy.

“We have had the talent show for the last couple of years but it continues to get bigger and better than ever.”

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