Lichfield’s Got Talent is an annual charity event organised by local volunteers to find the best local talent and raise lots of money for some of our local charities.
Born in 2014, the charity has managed to raise over £16,000 for a host of local charities – including Live Life, Give Life, Project Trust, Lichfield Arts, Lichfield Bower, Teenage Cancer Trust, Mia Parnell and Queen’s Croft School.
Determined to put Lichfield on the map while at the same time boosting charity coffers we set about launching our own event to rival our namesake.
What followed was something that we couldn’t have prepared for.
Lichfield’s Got Talent was an amazing success, not only raising lots of money for our chosen charities, but we got to see and meet some amazing people and witness some incredible talent – the event was off the scale.
The final was held at the prestigious Garrick Theatre and we were delighted to be able to share over £6,000 between our chosen charities (The Lichfield Bower, Live Life Give Life, Project Trust and Queen’s Croft School).
It was this success that prompted us to do it all again last year – once again proving beyond doubt that Lichfield really does have talent.
We are just so thrilled that we are able to do it all again this year.
Our chosen charities for 2016 are Lichfield Arts, Teenage Cancer Trust and Minster Hall and once again we are opening the doors and giving the stage to the city.
We want to find the best Lichfield and surrounding areas has to offer to make this event even more of a success than the previous two.
So if you are a singer, a dancer, magician, comedian, juggler or part of a band then please fill out one of our new online application forms and enter this year’s Lichfield’s Got Talent.
You could follow in the footsteps of our previous winners Chloe Whitelaw or Mitch Alexander and open the doors to all sorts of possibilities and win some fabulous prizes.
Together we can make Lichfield’s Got Talent 2016 the best talent show the area has to offer whilst raising much-needed funds for charity.
Come on Lichfield – show us what you’ve got!