01:01AM, Friday 01 November 2013
Top variety acts from across the area are set to battle it out at Windsor's Got Talent on Sunday.
A total of 17 have been chosen to compete in the show at the Theatre Royal in Thames Street following a month-long, eight-heat audition process.
Also competing are 21-year-old magician Ryan Tricks, Wushu and Kung Fu masters The Urban Warriors, family band Only Kydding, Burnham-based Pop Goes The Choir Wedding Singers, pianist Chloe Smith and street dance troupe Unleashed From Dance Reality.
Completing the line-up are Has Reading Got Talent? winner Luke Upton, ballroom dancers Ollie and Sophie, senior lecturer Paul McCreary, 14-year-old Nick Harris and the Halliford Wind Band, singer Elliott Barrow, rapper and singer duo Scars and D Lesner, and pop singer Lauren Hibbert.
The final will be presented by TV personality Sean Macintosh, and will feature a performance by last year's judges' winner Sam Brett.
Windsor's Got Talent producer Charlotte Peters said: "We've been overwhelmed by the amount of talent in Windsor and the surrounding areas – it has been such a fun audition process and we're delighted to showcase 17 incredible variety acts. Sunday certainly promises something for everyone – there’s no doubt that the audience will be entertained with such a range of acts."
The show starts at 7pm. Tickets cost £12.50.
Visit here or call 01753 853888 to book.
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