Proving Thame has talent

Rowan Carter, last year's winner, will be singing at the show, Milk, who are now known as Empire, will again be strutting their stuff
Rowan Carter, last year's winner, will be singing at the show, Milk, who are now known as Empire, will again be strutting their stuff
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WITH only one week to go until Thame’s Got Talent, anticipation is building.

The showcase for local talent which takes place on Sunday November 20, has seen a variety of acts over the years since its launch in 2009.

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As part of the show last year’s winner, Rowan Carter will be performing.

Classical singer Rowan will be kicking things off on the day. She is 16, lives in Terrick and goes to the Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School in Aylesbury.

She said: “I entered the competition because I wanted experience in singing in front of big audiences.

“I was really nervous on the day. I sing a lot and have performed at the Limelight Theatre and Mad in Waddesdon.

“I’m not sure what I’ll be singing at Thame’s Got Talent but it will be something classical.”

Rowan wants to study medicine at university but wishes to keep singing as a hobby.

Also present from last year will be boy band Empire, who performed under the name MILK last year and finished as runners-up.