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Show off your skills at Jews Got Talent!

Judging panel for Jewish Care and Hebrew Order of David charity event includes producer Harvey Goldsmith and Jewish News editor Richard Ferrer

Shelly Chitiyat sings Barbra Streisand to win Jews Got Talent
Shelly Chitiyat sings Barbra Streisand to win Jews Got Talent

If you can sing like Shawn Mendes, sashay like Taylor Swift or put the Strictly professionals to shame, then why not show off your skills at Jews Got Talent?

The annual fundraising event, which last year raised £6,000 for charity, is holding auditions for this year’s event on 22 September in Golders Green.

Successful participants will then compete at the live finals in February, in front of a packed audience and panel of stellar judges, including Jewish News editor, Richard Ferrer, and music producer Harvey Goldsmith, who has worked with major artists including Queen, Elton John, U2, Madonna and The Rolling Stones.

Hosted by writer Ivor Baddiel, Jews Got Talent is presented by the Hebrew Order of David in aid of Jewish Care, and is now in its third year.

Last year, winner Shelly Chitiyat received a standing ovation for her performance of Papa, Can You Hear Me from the film Yentl.

Fellow singer, Yoni Shine, 11, took the runners-up prize.

Organiser Stuart Stepsky added: “We are all looking forward to seeing everyone on the 23 February 2020 for the live finals.”

Find more information about auditions here: https://www.jewishcare.org/events/1274-jews-got-talent-auditions-2019

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