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Has town got talent?

PUBLISHED: 13:02 14 May 2009 | UPDATED: 13:54 03 July 2010

WANT to see for yourself if the Great Yarmouth area's Got Talent?

Here's a chance to sit in and watch the auditions for a Variety Show which will be raising money for Cancer Research.

WANT to see for yourself if the Great Yarmouth area's Got Talent?

Here's a chance to sit in and watch the auditions for a Variety Show which will be raising money for Cancer Research.

The auditions on Sunday afternoon at 2pm will be run on a Britain's Got Talent-style format - complete with the big X's, sound effects and our own “Simon Cowell” on a panel which includes Mercury editor Anne Edwards, Stuart Durrant from the Pavilion Theatre, head of tourism Alan Carr, Karen Youngs from Greater Yarmouth Tourist Authority, and Felicity Rowan, co-producer of the show.

Among the acts already lined up are a tap dancing camel, a god that does tricks and a juggling Carmen Miranda!

And there is still room for any other hopeful to step forward on the afternoon and take part - just come along and register.

The auditions are at the Pavilion Theatre, Gorleston on Sunday from 2pm and the theatre will be open to the public to watch the auditions free of charge although people will be asked for donations.

The winning act will go forward to the Variety of Life show on June 5.

Entry for acts can also be made via email: auditions@gorlestonpavilion.com but you need to be quick.


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