Do you fancy performing at Gorleston Makes Music?
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A chance to perform on a popular seafront - and win cash prizes - awaits singers and musicians in a charity-run showcase of talent.
Entries for Gorleston Makes Music close at the end of June, ahead of auditions and the final in August.
The Gorleston Rotary Club are keen to attract a wide range of talented people to the auditions – from solo and shanty singers to choirs and rock bands.
The competition offers a £250 winning prize, with £100 and £50 for second and third. The other three finalists get £25.
Auditions are on Thursday, July 13 at East Norfolk Sixth Form College from 4pm to 8pm.
Finals day is on Sunday, August 20 at 1pm. Last year it was won by singer-songwriter George Wilson from Aylsham, and raised £200 for Rotary charities.
Entries should be emailed to email@example.com by June 30. Entries aged under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
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