Braintree's Got Talent 2013 ♫
A Charity Event by Rotary Interact of Braintree Sixth Form
Welcome to our page. Braintree's Got Talent 2013 be held to raise money for charity. There will be auditions held all over Braintree, check our agenda below for dates and times for each school we will be visiting. You will have to be between the ages of 11 and 19 to participate. The Semi-Final and Final will be on Saturday 29 June 2013 and Saturday 13 July 2013, so make sure that you are free on those dates if you decide to take part. Tickets to view these events will also be on sale soon.
NOTE: This page will regularly be updated with information so please check regularly.
Global Polio Eradication Initiative, whose main objective is to get rid of Polio in the world. At the moment, only three countries are left to be vaccinated; Afghanistan, Nigeria and Pakistan. However, the virus can re-establish itself in other countries that were once Polio-free and that is what has happened in Chad, Angola and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The GPER is constantly working to ensure that children and adults in the third world can live a life free from the worries Polio brings. To read more about them and their work, please visit: http://www.polioeradication.org/
Scott Hardy Foundation, set up in 2010 to support the families of members of the Armed forces who have either died while serving or as a result of injuries that they had gotten while serving. The Foundation helps these families financially, by raising money to help the families cope with the costs of the funerals and repatriation. The Foundation gives people such a huge amount of support in their difficult times and has had a lasting, positive impact to all the families the Foundation has reached. To find out more about them and their work, please visit: http://www.scotthardyfoundation.org.uk/index.html
How to get involved
Braintree's Got Talent 2013 is open to anyone between the ages of 11 and 19, attending secondary school and above. We will be holding two events, one for the younger years - 11 to 14 years old - and another for the older years - 15 to 19 year old. So if you've got a talent that you want to share, be it singing, dancing, acting, magic tricks or anything else, you must take part in Braintree's Got Talent this year.
A consent form has to be filled out by your parents allowing you to take part. These will be available at your school office and must be returned to your school office? It will cost to take part, however all the profits will go to the two charities named above. The school office at your school will collect the entry fees so please make sure that along with the form, payment is attached. See our agenda below to find information on when we will be visiting your school to hold auditions.
£3 for per solo act
£5 for per group act
Like all the amazing competitions out there, there will be a prize for the winners (and runner-ups?) (as well as certificates) of both events. The prize breakdown is:
Total Prize Fund -
Total Prize Fund - £400
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Important Information for Entrants
It is important that anyone who wish to audition have their materials ready. This means that all songs/backing tracks must be available on either a CD or USB. If it is on a USB stick, the file must be in the format of an MP3. For those that intend to sing, please make sure that your CD/USB file only contains the background music of your choice and does not include the artist singing.
If instruments are available at your school for auditions, that is fine. However, if there are none available, you must use your own instruments. If you proceed to the next stages of the competition, please be aware that you must supply your own instruments and equipment for your act as we are unable to do so.
On the following days, we will be visiting secondary schools all over Braintree to hold auditions. If you do not attend any of the schools mentioned below, feel free to attend any of the schools below for your audition.
- Notley High School:
- Alec Hunter Humanities College:
- Tabor Science College:
- Hedingham School & Sixth Form:
- The Ramsey College:
- Honywood Community Science School:
- Braintree Sixth Form:
For anyone that is unavailable to make it to these schools, there will be an Open Mic session at Braintree Carnival on Saturday 8 June 2013 between (time not yet decided)
The location and date for the open Mic has been confirmed. We are still awaiting for the time to be confirmed.
The location and date for the Final is confirmed. We are still awaiting for the time to be confirmed.The location, date and time for the Semi-Final has been confirmed.
Saturday, June 8th, 4:45pm
Braintree, United Kingdom
The Open Mic will take place at Braintree Carnival 2013.
Saturday, June 29th, 3-6pm
Braintree, United Kingdom
Tickets to view the show will cost £3.50 per person. Information about where to purchase tickets will be posted shortly.
ActsFor the acts that make it to the Semi-Finals, we are offering you optional rehearsal time at Alec Hunter on the day from 1pm-2pm.
There is a run-through of the show from 2pm-3pm which all acts through to the Semi-Finals are required to attend.
Saturday, July 13th, 4pm
Braintree Arts Theatre, Braintree, United Kingdom
Tickets to view the show will cost £3.50 per person. These will be available to purchase from the Braintree Arts Theatre Box Office in the near future.