Audiences are spellbound at Attleborough’s Got Talent contest
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A young magician cast his spell over audiences as he found success in a South Norfolk talent competition.
Eleven-year-old Harry Hilarious from Attleborough beat the talented competition to win the £100 prize in this year's Attleborough's Got Talent.
Among the 15 entrants performing at the final were singers, dancers and a ukelele player. The runners-up were a vocal and guitar trio called Long Time Dead.
The show, which was held at the Connaught Hall, in Station Road, was organised by Rebecca Thomas, Sam Woodrow and Robert Thomas with the Attleborough Players.
It was judged by Hugh Lynch, Tony Perkins and Vera Dale.
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Vicky Aukett, Attleborough Players secretary, described Harry as 'a very talented' magician.
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