Lights, Camera, Action …Let the show begin

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Dancers, singers, musicians and gymnasts will go head to head in a talent show to raise money for North London Hospice this weekend.

A total of 14 acts, totaling 200 performers, will compete at the artsdepot in High Road, North Finchley, tomorrow evening.

A panel of judges and a 400- strong audience will decide on the best act and the winner will be given a cash prize and the chance to appear on the main stage at the Summer Soulstice Festival in Barnet.

Pineapple Performing Arts School will offer a scholarship to either its Musical Theatre Summer School or Street Dance Summer School to one lucky individual.

Francesca Barry, North London Hospice events and community fundraiser, said: “We are so excited about our first ever talent contest. We have been overwhelmed by the commitment of all the performers and the support we have received from the local community. Tickets have nearly sold out.

“We promise an an evening of fun, dance and song and all for such a fantastic cause. Thank to everyone who has made it possible.”

The show is sponsored by the Times and Independent Series.

Acts include:

Emma Berens – The Dancing Grannie

Loussin-Torah Pilikian – Singer

Nicola Mousicos – Singer

Mitchell Lathbury – Singer

Banji – Gymnastics

Lucky Legends – Cheerleaders

Fixation Theatre’s Musical Group

FMC Steel Orchestra

Martin Primary School Samba Band

Fame Allstars – Cheerleaders

Massive Violins

J.K. Dance Academy

Streetsistaz – Street Dance



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