Looking for Clevedon talent
TALENTED groups and individuals have the chance to win prize money during a competition in Clevedon.
Organised by the Rotary Club of Clevedon, the 2011 Clevedon Talent Competition is open to any type of acts and there is no age limit.
Two heats will be held at the community centre in Princes Road at 7.30pm on October 8 and 29.
The grand final, featuring the best acts from the heats as well as the winners of last year’s competition, Chance to Dance and Alice Ellison, will then take place at the same time and venue on November 26.
The acts will compete in two categories, under 18s and over 18s, and there is no age limit.
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The winners will receive �100, second place will get �50 and third place will receive �25.
Entry to the competition is �9 for individuals and �16 for groups.
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Entry forms are available online at www.clevedoncommunitycentre.co.uk or from the centre’s office.
Audience tickets for the heats, priced �4-5, and for the grand final, priced �6-7, are available from Souk in The Triangle, Present Company in Queens Square and the community centre office.