Tough competition at Rubery's Got Talent - The Bromsgrove Standard

Tough competition at Rubery's Got Talent

Bromsgrove Editorial 27th Aug, 2022   0

THERE was some tough competition at this year’s Rubery’s Got Talent on Saturday.

A variety of performers took to the stage at the Rubery Memorial Club with trophies and prizes up for grabs.

Winners will also now get to the main stage at this year’s Rubery Festival.

Acts were split into three age groups.

In the under 16s, Ellesse Wheeler, Hope Brotherhood and Ava Mae made it through to the final and all ‘sang their hearts out’ with Hope claiming the top prize.

In the under 12s final was six-year-old Timothy who played the harp, eight-year-old dancer and gymnast Lexmia and singer Daisy May who eventually took the title.

And it was really close in the over 16s with solo singer and keyboardist Nell Paskins, singers Megan Smith and Brook Taylor – all displaying fine vocals – but Michelle Black was first with songs from Mary Poppins and, along with her dancing, gave a polished full all-round performance.

Organiser Tony Maslen congratulated everyone who took part and thanked Paul for undertaking the sound technology and his wife for taking the pictures.

He also thanked Charlie Thompson and Stephen Law for performing in the breaks during the four hours live entertainment.

The Rubery Festival takes place between midday and 4pm next Sunday, September 4 – call Tony Maslen on 0121 457 9308 or email [email protected] for more.


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