Stevenage Has Got Talent 2014 finalists announced

The panel of judges for Stevenage Has Got Talent 2014 with auditioners Steve Clark and Connor Wells

The panel of judges for Stevenage Has Got Talent 2014 with auditioners Steve Clark and Connor Wells - Credit: Archant

Eight acts have fought off the competition in the Stevenage Has Got Talent 2014 auditions to win a place performing in a charity concert.

Singers, dancers and musicians were among those who showcased their talents to a panel of judges in a bid to perform at The Mayor’s Charity Concert at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage on Monday, March 31, at 7pm.

The competition, organised by the mayor’s office at Stevenage Borough Council, the Comet and MBDA, saw more than 20 acts audition at Stevenage Arts and Leisure Centre.

The winning acts were singers Diamanda Tarditi, James Craven and Bethany Huckle, dancers Megan Cowlam and Sophie Ridley, street dancers UMA and Warriorz and keyboard player Steve Clark.

Tickets at £5 are available for the concert, with all proceeds going to four chosen charities – British Red Cross, Carers in Hertfordshire, RNLI Lifeboats and the Alzheimer’s Society.


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To book, call 01438 363200 or visit www.gordon-craig.co.uk

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