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Join the auditions for Jews Got Talent!

The event, organised by the Hebrew Order of David, is back for a second time to raise funds for Jewish Care

Move over, Diversity! Top performers are sought for this year’s Jews Got Talent, which will raise funds for Jewish Care.

The event, which last year generated £6,000 for charity, has been organised by the Hebrew Order of David, a Jewish fraternity with three lodges in London.

Auditions will be held at the Jewish Care campus, Golders Green Road on 13 May, 2pm,  with the main event taking place at the 400-seater Wyllyots Theatre in Potters Bar, on 7 October.

Last year’s event featured singer Ronan Keating among the judges and raised money for Max’s Foundation, named after a 10-year-old boy who died of congenital heart disease in 2015; Guide Dogs for the Blind in Israel; Noah’s Ark hospice for children and Yavneh College to purchase a piano.

Organiser Stuart Stepsky said: “We were sitting down two years ago thinking about how best to raise money for Jewish charities. I came up with the idea of Jews Got Talent. Everyone laughed, but I thought it was a good idea.”

Impressionist Francine Lewis, who reached the semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent, has been confirmed as a judge this year, along with Jewish News editor Richard Ferrer.

Stuart added: “For £25 a ticket it is great entertainment, with all the money going to good causes.”

• More at jewishcare.org

  • Audition Date: 13 May 2018
  • Time: 2pm-6pm
  • Location: Michael Sobell Community Centre, Golders Green

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