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Pupils dress up at Gospel Oak primary school’s Bollywood celebration

11:00 15 February 2014

Mayor of Camden Cllr Jonathan Simpson joins parents including Cllr Nasim Ali next to Mayor, children and dancers at Gospel Oak Primary School Bollywood evening. Picture: Polly Hancock

Mayor of Camden Cllr Jonathan Simpson joins parents including Cllr Nasim Ali next to Mayor, children and dancers at Gospel Oak Primary School Bollywood evening. Picture: Polly Hancock

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Pupils and their parents donned traditional Indian dress at a Bollywood evening attended by the Mayor of Camden.

About 100 people wore sarees and salwar kameez at Gospel Oak Primary and Nursery School, Mansfield Road, Gospel Oak, on Friday, which was organised by Cllr Nasim Ali, cabinet member for young people and a parent at the school.

Parents cooked a wide variety of food ranging from Nepali curry, samosas, bhajis and rice dishes and two professional dancers took to the stage to entertain the crowd. They also encouraged the pupils and teachers to join the dancing.

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