On Friday 13th March a Cardiff Metropolitan University student on placement organised a talent contest to raise money for Red Nose Day!
Lindsey Dewitt worked with members of the Inclusive Youth Provision and 9 acts performed on the night.
The variety of talent made for a fantastic show. Acts included a comedy sketch as well as an improvisational comedy duo. Songs performed ranged from covers of Abba and Adelle to Marilyn Manson.
As well as performances with backing tracks one brave member opted to sing with no accompaniment and kept the audience mesmerised from start to finish!
It was a very difficult decision for the judges, but after long deliberation the winner of the contest was Jack Richardson who performed a freeform jazz piano solo which showcased his exceptional talent.
Many thanks to Lindsey for organising the show and well done to all those who performed.
£30.00 was raised for the Red Nose Day appeal!
Firstly, thanks to our volunteers: Max, Jason, and Jo! The garden is already looking much tidier and plans are underway to transform the space with a variety of flowers and shrubs through the spring and summer months.
If you’s like to get involved see our Volunteering section!
Craig spent time chatting with the youth members, playing pool, helping out in the community cafe, and even judged the karaoke competition. Thanks Craig and BBC Children in Need!
IYP has funding from BBC Children in Need for two youth workers, which means youth members can attend the youth clubs. For more information see our youth clubs page.
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