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Moment of truth for talented performers

PUBLISHED: 17:34 15 April 2010 | UPDATED: 17:26 30 June 2010

Gorleston's Got Talent - and it's on show at the Pavilion Theatre this weekend!

Doors open at 1.30pm for the public to go in and watch the auditions and cheer on their favourite act, and it is free entry although donations are welcome in aid of Cancer Research UK.

Gorleston's Got Talent - and it's on show at the Pavilion Theatre this weekend!

Doors open at 1.30pm for the public to go in and watch the auditions and cheer on their favourite act, and it is free entry although donations are welcome in aid of Cancer Research UK.

Following on from last year's very successful show organisers have decided to reprise the format for 2010.

Hosted by Head of Tourism Alan Carr and with a panel of judges including Anne Edwards, editor of the Great Yarmouth Mercury, it is a free-to-enter local talent competition with a winning prize of £100 and a chance to perform later on in the year in The Variety of Life 2010 at the Gorleston Pavilion Theatre.


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