2015 Greater Manchesters' Got Talent Competition

By GreaterSport | 13 May 2015 | TAGS: GreaterManchester, choirs, gmschoolgames, ssg2015, schoolgames, talent, Dance, Cheerleading


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Calling all Greater Manchester School/Youth choirs, dancers, musicians, singers and cheerleader's Greater Manchester's Got Talent is looking for You!

In Partner with Manchester City Council and the Youth Sport Trust, GreaterSport are looking for school/Youth choirs, performers. dancers, singers and cheerleaders from across Greater Manchester to compete in the 2015 Greater Manchester's Got Talent School/Youth Competition.

The competition will provide a pathway for talented groups and winners to perform in the UK Sainsbury's School Games Opening Ceremony and Event Venues, from Thursday 3rd - 6th September 2015. The opening ceremony will once again be held at the Manchester Arena, with an opportunity for Manchester young people to perform in front of thousands of spectators.

All schools groups / individuals will perform to a panel who will select the winning schools.

We welcome all types of performing arts including choirs, dance groups and poetry readings. Schools are welcome to enter more than one group and places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.

To Book your place please see the booking form attached with allocated time slots and return to Lyndsey Rice (MCC, School Sport Development Officer) via [email protected]

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