Young Cambridgeshire’s Got Talent is back! The successful countywide competition is running again for 2013. 20TwentyProdcutions have been given the honour of event managing the competition on behalf of Young Lives.
The competition is open to young people aged 11 to 25 and to be eligible to enter, you need to be able to perform your talent, whether you’re a comedian, singer, band or even a magician.
20Twenty have also decided that with there own talent showcase, Search For A Star, running so close to the same time they would work together to make both projects a major success. All young people who enter for Search For A Star that fall into the age bracket for Young Cambridgeshire’s Got Talent will automatically be entered into the competition.
20TwentyProductions will be holding Search For A Star and East Cambs & Fenland’s audition heat for Young Cambridgeshire’s Got Talent at March Town Hall on 2nd March starting at 6:30pm.
Search For A Star isn’t a competition and does not crown a winner; it is all about showcasing the best local talent available in Fenland. Everyone that enters will perform in front of a wide variety or people and businesses including talent scouts for local festivals.
Katie Low from Young Lives said, “Young Lives is delighted to be working in partnership with 20twenty productions to put on this year’s competition. Now in it’s fifth year, Young Cambridgeshire’s Got Talent is going from strength to strength, giving young people not only a chance to showcase their skills and talents, but also to have fun! We’re really excited to see what the young people of Cambridgeshire have to offer so whether it’s singing, dancing, magic or comedy
we look forward to seeing you soon.”
Three audition heats will take place over the course of February and March, covering East Cambs & Fenland, South Cambs City and Huntingdonshire. Each heat will have a panel of judges picking three entrants to go forward to the finals in March 2013.
20TwentyProductions is managing Young Cambridgeshire’s Got Talent on behalf of Young Lives and in partnership with Smashed Productions and Cambridgeshire County Council who has very kindly funded the competition.
Director of 20TwentyProductions, Katherine Nightingale said, “20TwentyProctions is all about enabling young people to have creative opportunities. Young Cambridgeshire’s Got Talent is a great example of this and is a lovely event for our young apprentice Liam Thompson to manage.”
Entry to the competition is free and you can express your interest by contacting liam@20TwentyProductions.co.uk
You can also follow 20TwentyProductions and Young Lives on twitter @20twentyproduct @young_lives