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Coventry's Got Talent 2011 - The Final 9th Dec

15 December 2011

Congratulations to Katie McAuley of Coventry, she is our winner of CGT 2011!

As Featured in the Coventry Telegraph - Thursday 15th December in Pete Chambers's Back Beat column.

The Final on Friday 9th December was a fantastic success and we send our sincere thanks to all of the other finalists for making the night so memorable. There truly is alot of first calss talent in Coventry & Warwickshire.

The competition will be back in 2012 with Big Help Management, Express Music and Touch FM, it all starts again in September next year!

A BIG thank you to Tim Kelsall from Express Music in Coventry in supporting the competion with the £100 voucher as part of the prize, and Big Help Management with their prize donation of a place for Katie in their performance academy.

Also a very BIG thank you to our judges, they did a brilliant job...our judges were: Paul Crick, Dutch van Spall - Big Help Management, Clive Bennett - Coventry Gang Show, Pete Chambers - Coventry Music Historian, Rick Homer - St. Michael's Singer member & Keyboard player, Steve Bagley - Ego Musical Theatre & Coventry Transport Museum and Miss Susan Presti from Pattison's Academy in Coventry. Brody Swain from Touch FM did an excellent job of MC'ing the final...thanks Brody, we'll see you next year!

Click here to see images from the night.

 
 

 

 

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