Show me your talents!

By Gary Smee 17/02 Updated: 17/02 14:03

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Buy photos » Aimee Robinson-Clayton, 11, who won the competition last year promotes this year’s contest with Vital Statistics Theatre Company principal Stuart Inglis. Picture by Nick Hands 0712016NHR

TALENTED youngsters are being invited to step forward and take part in auditions for a popular contest.

Show Me The Talent is making a return to the Vale next week with auditions starting on Monday (February 20) at Evesham Baptist Church in Cowl Street.

Vital Statistics Theatre Company is hosting the auditions which are open to anyone over the age of six who can sing, dance, play an instrument or have any talent they want to show off.

Proceeds raised from the event will go to the Vale of Evesham School.

Last year's winner Aimee Robinson-Clayton said: "Winning Show Me The Talent was awesome and it really boosted my confidence."

To register and to find out times of the auditions contact admin@vstc.co.uk, call 07889496128 or apply on the website at www.vitalstatisticstheatre.co.uk.

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