The partnership that organises, funds and delivers Rugby’s Got Talent is made up of dedicated local organisations. All of the partners are very keen to showcase talent from the town.
The Rotary Club of Rugby Dunsmore ran the original Rugby’s Got Talent competitions in 2010-2013 alongside Rugby FM and was been instrumental in its revival in 2018.
Rugby Area Talent Trust is a small local charity with a big interest in Rugby’s young talent. Trustee David Head said “We support talent in music, arts, academia, sport, and entrepreneurship by providing performance experiences and running a small grants programme. Rugby’s Got Talent is a key project for us and we like to take a hands-on approach organising the shows”.
Rugby FM is proud to be supporting Rugby’s Got Talent. Jason Moss, presenter and reporter from the station said “The competition gives local people a chance to perform and develop their talent, whether you’re a singer/songwriter, perform in a local band, magician or dancer. Previous winners of Rugby’s Got Talent are now forging their careers within the entertainment industry, so it’s well worth entering!”
Support from local companies makes the competition possible, and we like to involve a main sponsor each year. If you would like your company to get involved please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Houlton Radio Station Rugby, an exciting development and extension to the east of our town, were our sponsors in 2018. They recognised the importance and value of investing in our community alongside the construction of housing and infrastructure. They have worked with The Rotary Club of Rugby Dunsmore on several occasions, this time by providing financial support to Rugby’s Got Talent including covering the venue costs for the live shows.