Bunbury, show us your talent and shine

Emily AceSouth Western Times

Emerging talent will be showcased at this year’s Bunbury Show Us Your Talent segment of the LiveLighter Bunbury Show on April 8.

Talent quest organiser Joel McGuinness encouraged artists of all ages to get involved for a chance to win a $500 first prize.

“Entrants will have the opportunity to perform in front of several hundred people and we are looking for talented individuals confident to perform in that forum,” Mr McGuinness said.

“Acts of all kinds can get involved, including singers, poets and dancers – it would be great to also see some local comedians get involved.”

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Owners of Rock N’ Roll High Ian and Louise Kirk will be judging the competition alongside Kelsie Miller from Good Nights and Sharon Custers from the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre.

Mr McGuinness said he would work with Rock N’ Roll High to encourage young talent to participate.

“It is set to be a great day of free entertainment for the whole family,” he said.

The event will take place from 1.30pm to 3.30pm under the circus big top set to host the Livelighter Bunbury Show’s live entertainment.

Children’s show Benjamin and Me will also feature on the day, as well as stilt walkers, Bunbury Batman and Pete Rowsthorn as the master of ceremonies.

Entry forms can be found on the show website www.bunburyshow.com.au

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