North London’s Got Talent 2019 – The Line-Up
An evening of music, magic and dance is in store when the curtain goes up for North London’s Got Talent 2019.
Now in it’s fourth year, this wonderful event – which raises thousands of pounds for patient care at North London Hospice– showcases an array of talent from across Barnet, Enfield & Haringeyin a live show at the Finchley artsdepot on Saturday 2nd February.
Performers will be battling it out to be crowned the winners of our glitterball trophy by our panel of five judges from the arts and entertainment industries.
They’ll take the mantle from our 2018 winners Sailors!– the fabulous youth troupe from the Sue Nieto Theatre School who tap-danced their way to victory.
This year will also see the introduction of an ‘Audience Choice’ award in which people will cast their vote for their favourite act of the night.
Come along and enjoy a wonderful night of entertainment and support your local hospice. Tickets are available from www.artsdepot.co.uk
2019 Acts include:
Solo singers Isla Slane and Ava Adams are just 10 years old but will be commanding the stage with their performances of iconic songs from Les Miserables & Elton John
Saavan Bhatt– Friern Barnet’s answer to the King of Pop Michael Jackson will wow the audience with his dance routine
Magician Roy Noakeswhose card tricks and seemingly impossible feats will challenge our perception of what is humanly possible
Roycroft– This talented five-piece teenage rock band will be performing an original song written by their drummer and pianist.
By taking to the stage at NLGT Ellie Morrowwill have achieved her ambition of performing at our event. The 14- year-old’s solo dance performance is in memory of her mum, who was cared for by NLH until she passed away last year.
Finchley Steel Orchestrais back for a third year to try to win that coveted trophy. This youth group aged 10-17 will have the audience dancing in the aisles with their performance on the Caribbean Steel Pan Drums.
just 10 years old Joel Brahamssings with an unusual amount of emotion in his voice for a boy of his age. So, tissues at the ready!
Impel Elitewas formed by students from Friern Barnet School and their dance performance tonight is called The Paternal Memoir, the story of a son who has lost his father.
Four-piece musical ensemble Miriam’s Sisterare working on their first album and are looking forward to performing material that will have the audience joining in.
Cathy McManamon started her singing career aged just seven and has never looked back. She’s played leads in both musicals and plays and made numerous TV appearances. She wrote her own Bond cabaret whilst working as lead singer and dancer on a cruise ship and we are delighted she is joining us tonight under her stage name Show Reel.
Our judging panel:
Elizabeth Harris– Principal at Elizabeth Harris School of Dance and fellow and examiner of the International Dance Teachers’ Association
Nina Lewis-Hart– Founder & Creative Director of Platinum Performing Arts, which coaches over 400 students a week in the performing arts & entertainment industry.
Joanne McGahon– Opera singer Joanne trained with the English National Opera & the National Opera Studio in London. She was awarded ‘The Voice of the North’ Joanne has performed with a wide range of artists from Rick Wakeman and Alfie Boe and was recently honoured to sing in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen.
Maggie Patterson– For 37 years Maggie has taught dance at the world famous Pineapple Dance Studios in Covent Garden. She’s also the Founder & Principal director of the Pineapple Performing Arts School.
Sassy Warren-Thomas– Sassy works with a team of writers and artists in the A&R and Synchronisation departments at one of the UKs leading independent music publishers, Notting Hill Music. As a performer she’s performed on tracks that have been used for adverts and TV shows.