THAME’S got talent has attracted 15 entries so far – and organisers say they believe this year will be bigger than ever.
Last year the show raised £2,000 for the Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity.
Street Dancers, singers, magic acts and rock groups are set to go head-to-head on Sunday November 20 during the competition.
Prizes include a day in a recording studio and £200 in cash.
The event is now in its third year, and is being held once again at the Spread Eagle Hotel.
The hotel has also donated a raffle prize of dinner for six people.
Karen Shardlow, development and events manager at the hospice, said: “We are encouraging as many people to take part as possible.
“All ages, boys, girls, men and women can have a go.
“It is a great event for showcasing Thame’s talent – and a fun day out for all the family and supporters of the acts involved.
Companies already lending their support to the event include Crash Records, Orsum Events, Frank Millar Photography, Kismet Jewellers of Thame and Black Frog Studios.
More details can be found at www.thamesgottalent.co.uk