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SALFORD’S GOT TALENT FINAL 2011
 

Star date: 19th September 2011

SALFORD'S GOT TALENT GRAND FINAL AT THE WILLOWS
Thursday 22nd September 7pm

Kicking off this year's Salford Music Festival is the Grand Final of Salford's Got Talent at The Willows. After five months of heats at venues all over Salford, the battle for the title of the city's ultimate act will be fought out between three hip hop acts, eight female vocalists, three singer songwriters, one male vocalist and a boy band.

Judges include Terry Christian and Happy Mondays' Mark Day.

Full details here…


From all over Salford acts have been battling it out for months to reach the final of Salford's Got Talent which finally takes place on Thursday at The Willows, with comperes Ed Blaney from the Salford Music Festival, and comedian Colin Manford, brother of Jason.

Performing for the three judges – Terry Christian, Happy Mondays' guitarist Mark Day and a mystery guest – will be a range of singers, hip hop acts and even a boy band.

The full line up of finalists battling for the £500 top prize is…

Vocalists: Louise Bowyer, Milli Alaira, Helen Rutherford, Lauren Johnstone, Domonique, Robyn, Gemma Kirk and Zoe

Singer Songwriters: Sam Moran, Daniel Clark, Joe Thomas and James Bennett

Hip Hop: Misfits, Fresh Connections and Screwmaster G

Boy Band: One Voice

Also appearing on stage are opera singer Martin Toal, dance group Strictly Freaky Dancing, the Salford All Stars and the ace Costa Del Salford Disco featuring Silky DJs.

SALFORD'S GOT TALENT GRAND FINAL
THE WILLOWS
Willows Road, Weaste M5 5FQ
Thursday 22nd September 7pm-1am
£7 pay on the door or book online at
www.thewillowsoline.co.uk
Further details 0161 736 8541 or click here

 


 

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