Huntingdonshire’s stars of tomorrow invited to enter Young Cambridgeshire’s Got Talent

11:12 12 February 2014

Summer Baxter and Reece Griffiths from Black Ivy, a Huntingdonshire based band who performed at last year's event.

Summer Baxter and Reece Griffiths from Black Ivy, a Huntingdonshire based band who performed at last year's event.

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If you think you’ve got what it takes to shine on stage and wow the judges, it’s time to get practising for the qualifying heats of Young Cambridgeshire’s Got Talent.

Young performers aged from 10-19 will have the opportunity to showcase their skills at The Corn Exchange, St Ives, on February 21. The age limit will be increased to 25 for those with additional needs.

Hopefuls can also enter through YouTube by uploading a video of their performance and sending the link to the team at 20Twenty Productions – who are organising the event on behalf of Cambridgeshire County Council - or on the competition Facebook page.

The finals will be held at March Town Hall on March 22, where one lucky performer will be crowned winner of Young Cambridgeshire’s Got Talent 2014 and take home the top prize of £100.

Every act will also be considered for the opportunity to perform live at Cambridgeshire County Council’s prestigious Youth Awards which will be held in Cambridge on March 28.

INFORMATION: The St Ives heat will run from 7pm-9pm. Full details of the competition are available at www.20twentyproductions.co.uk. Contact 20Twenty Productions directly by emailing info@20twentyproductions.co.uk or call them on 01354 652769. You can visit the competition page at www.facebook.com/YoungCambridgeshiresGotTalent.

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