By Harriet Ernstsons Friday 01 November 2013 Updated: 01/11 07:34
WANNABE Adeles, David Bowies and Amy Winehouses are queueing up to take part in Redditch’s own Stars In Their Eyes event.
Organised by Kingsley College student Abbie Cope, the event in aid of Children In Need will take place at 6.30pm on November 15 at the school’s theatre.
She said: “I decided to organise the event as there are not many events in Redditch that really bring the people of Redditch together, I believe there is a lack of feeling whole as one community and I thought there’s no better way to bring people of all genders, ethnicities and cultures together than an event in aid of charity.
“Also a spin on the old classic Stars In Their Eyes is a walk down memory lane and really shows the talent that Redditch has to offer, we are not just a small lead on from Birmingham everyone has the ability to make a difference throughout the country whether that be from singing in the competition, volunteering, running a stall at the event and of course coming to the event.”
As well as the main event, there will be stalls offering glitter tattoos, face painting, balloon modelling and refreshments as well as a raffle offering pamper packages, a signed Blake album and a limited edition postcard signed by Stereophonics.
Auditions for singers and presenters will be held at the Rocklands Social Club on Saturday, November 9. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with a name, age, tribute and contact number to receive an individual audition time or to find out more about being a presenter.
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