Simon Hughes MP was the star performer at the 'So, Hugh's Got Talent...?' showcase at St Hugh's church in Crosby Row on Friday night.
The talent showcase was the culmination of a week of volunteer-run dance and drama classes for local young people held at St Hugh's as part of the 'This is OUR Manor' programme of activities centred on the Tabard Gardens Estate.
14 young people performed in the talent show in front of an audience of parents, friends and neighbours.
David's brother Peter joined the audience at St Hugh's for the show which included a mixture of music, dance and comedy.
He then donned a T-shirt and baseball cap to perform an energetic version of 'Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes'.
The North Southwark and Bermondsey MP helped to judge the talent contest along with Revd Linda Scott-Garnett and Genevieve Collier. The winners were Ife and Jonell who performed a highly unusual hybrid item that moved seamlessly from stand-up comedy to a recorder recital.
A new church is likely to be built when the site is redeveloped by new owners.
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