Brighouse Has Talent - it’s time to vote for your favourite

The Brighouse Echo presents Brighouse Has Talent
The Brighouse Echo presents Brighouse Has Talent

It’s time to vote for your favourite acts in the Brighouse Echo presents Brighouse Has Talent.

Voting is now open and we’re inviting you to choose the acts you would like to see perform live in the grand final at Brighouse Civic Hall on Monday, December 1, at 7.30pm.

A total of 14 acts performed in front of our cameras at the audition day at Bailiff Bridge Community Centre last week.

Singers, dancers, rappers, a majorette twirler and a ventriloquist have all entered our new talent competition.

Videos of all the acts are now online on our website - www.brighouseecho.co.uk - for you to view.

On the homepage click News, then Local and all the videos will be there to watch.

Jade Maguire, 12, sang “Stars” from the musical Les Miserables.

Grace Tordoff, 11, performed the Christina Perri song “A Thousand Years”.

Seven-year-old Eliza McCann and her dummy Katie performed a ventriloquism routine.

Lily Payton, 13, sang “On My Own” from Les Miserables.

Singer and guitarist Gus Turner, 16, performed the Dave Grohl song “From Can to Can’t”.

Duo Chloe Wray, 23, and Scott Binns, 24, did a duet of “Stan” by Eminem and Dido.

Ophelia Ormerod, 11, sang “I Dreamed A Dream” from Les Miserables.

Dionne Pamment, 19, performed a dance and majorettes routine to the Little Mix track “Salute”.

Singing duo Hattie Butterworth, 14, and Olivia Smith, 15 - aka Halo - sang “Let Her Go” by Passenger.

Seven-year-old Donnie Catlin performed the Blink 182 song “All The Small Things”.

Classical singer Julie Woolridge, 46, sang the famous operatic number “Nessun Dorma”.

Andrew Hawley, 45, put his own take on Michael Buble’s version of “Cry Me A River”.

Singer and guitarist Guy Walker, 29, performed one of his own compositions called “Stone Cold Molly”.

And girl band Once Geronimo performed a unique medley of hit songs.

To vote for your favourite, go to www.brighouseecho.co.uk and leave a comment on the article about that act.

Or simply like the article on Facebook, tweet it on Twitter or share the story.

Alternatively, fill in the voting coupon which will be printed in the Brighouse Echo on Thursday, November 20, and post it to: Brighouse Has Talent voting, FAO Dominic Brown, Brighouse Echo, Courier Buildings, King Cross Street, Halifax, HX1 2SF.

Voting will close on Tuesday, November 25, at 5pm.

The number of online comments, Facebook likes, tweets, shares and coupon votes will then be collated.

The top ten acts will be informed on Wednesday, November 26, and we will reveal the finalists in the Echo on Thursday, November 27, and on our website.

Tickets for the grand final are on sale now priced £2.

To book, call 01422 260295.