Spotlight shines on talent in Hillingdon
HILLINGDON’S Hidden Talent shone the spotlight on the borough’s budding entertainers at the weekend.
Dancers and singers to comedians and hoola hoopers all took to the stage at the Compass Theatre in Ickenham on Sunday in an attempt to impress the judges. Judging the 18 acts were Councillor Judy Kelly, dancer Lakesha Cammock, Hayes FM DJ and Gazette columnist Hughie Dixon and and Jeff White runners up.artscharitytrusteeSylvie Taylor. nder 18s individuals
In the Groups section, first winner was singer songwriter prize went to Passion Dance Ethan Beer, second was – a trio of dancers who Pranavi who performed a performed a piece about the classical Indian dance solo, mystical power of witches. and third went to classical
Acoustic girl band Sgt singer Natasha. Down were second and hula The most unusual talent hooping sisters were third. award went to Keeley Garner
Over 18s individuals for her Arabian dance. winners were RnB singer Charlotte Baldwin, arts songwriter Chiara in first officer at the council and place, and Hannah Wiltshire organiser of the event said: “There was a good mixture of arts on display, and some quirky acts. It was a very busy evening and all the tickets were sold out.”
The overall winner was Ethan Beer, who will receive a professional music video produced and directed by Talking Pictures (UK) Ltd.
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