Jack Clare took first place with a fantastic clarinet performanceTechnical Director Gretar Steinsson was recently invited by Fleetwood High School to be a guest judge at their ‘Talent Spotters’ competition.
A number of acts ranging from musicians and dancers to aerial hoop and combination acts, took to the stage to perform in front of the large audience in attendance.
Along with Steinsson, Hayley Kirkham from Radio Wave and Joel Foster from local band Jekyll were judges, as all acts had the task of choreographing their own performances.
The school also welcomed acts from local primary schools in the area to join them for a mine spotters competition which saw Anchorsholme scoop first place.
In the main competition, Jack Clare impressed the judges to come first place as he played the clarinet, with Billie Jo Firth in second and Matthew Mullender and Nicole Hadgraft in third.
Judges were all very impressed with the range and quality of the talent show, and commented that it has been an event that has become stronger each year.
Steinsson said: “The acts were really, really good as they all offered something different. Jack’s performance on the clarinet was brilliant.
“It was a pleasure to be asked to come along to the event, and is something I’d be more than happy to take part in next year too.”