Spot­light shines on tal­ent in Hilling­don

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

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.

Pho­tos by Grant Humphreys

The Fip­ping­tas­tics Tianna El­lis, Neave Welch and Vic­to­ria Alonzo and Re­nee Loren


n For more pic­tures from Hilling­don’s Hid­den Tal­ent go to getwestlon­

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