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SALFORD TALENT TRIP
 

Star date: 18th July 2010 

SALFORD'S GOT TALENT?

Can you dance? Sing? Act? Tell a Joke? Got a Talent? Want to perform?

On 3rd September there's going to be a top variety show at The Willows in Weaste, with a celeb panel including Peter Hook and Terry Christian. It's to raise money for the Christies appeal and organisers Silky Productions are looking for anyone with a talent to try their luck.

Full details hereÖ


Salford's Got Talent is to take place at the Willows Variety Centre on the 3rd September and organisers, Silky Productions, are seeking to recruit people of any talent and ability to perform in front of a live audience of 600 and be judged by a celebrity panel made up of the legendary Peter Hook, Terry Christian and Ed Blaney, organiser of the Salford Music Festival.

Prizes will be given to the best acts, so if you are interested in performing, whatever your talent, contact silkyproductions@yahoo.com stating your details, "talent" and if you have them, pictures, videos or links showing you in action. Participants must be over the age of 14.

With entertainment and excitement from the performers, cutting edge wit from the celebrity panel and the traditional Willows Variety Centre atmosphere, tickets will be in great demand. Going on sale on 26th July costing £8 they can be booked through the Willows Variety Centre or online at http://www.thewilllowsonline.co.uk.

It should be a great night out, so get your ticket, support local Salford talent and raise some money for the Salford Advertiser's £250,000 Chrisites fund.

Interested in performing contact silkyproductions@yahoo.com.
Want a ticket contact
http://www.thewilllowsonline.co.uk.

Words by Gareth Lyons

Old hacienda photo by Gary McClarnan

Sabrina Rice wrote
at 19:52:41 on 01 May 2011
If you were singing do you have to supply a backing track and can you bring lyrics or do you have to memorize the song

peter bailey wrote
at 10:56:43 on 14 August 2010
what time is the salford`s got talent competition starting at on the 3rd of september

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