01:55AM, Friday 09 March 2012
Watch some of the most talented young people in the area perform in Maidenhead's Got Talent.
The second annual show will feature performers from Redroofs Theatre School, Stagecoach, Holy Trinity Primary School in Cookham and St Piran's Prep School, in Gringer Hill.
Organised by Rotaract and the Rotary Clubs of Maidenhead and Maidenhead Thames, the curtain will go up at Taplow Court on Friday, March 23.
Rotarian Chris Lloyd said: "We hope the people of Maidenhead are going to come out and support us."
The show is sponsored by the Michael Shanly Charitable Trust, with the venue offering its use free of charge, so that all proceeds can be split between Rotary charities and the schools taking part. There's also a raffle to raise funds.
Tickets, £8 for adults and £6 for children and concessions, are available from Tony Sheldon Travel, in Brock Lane, or visit www.rotaract-thames-valley.org.uk/gottalent/ for details.
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