Welcome to the Grand Final of Rugby’s Got Talent 2022!

Rugby’s Got Talent this year is created by The Rotary Club of Rugby Dunsmore and made possible by the generous sponsorship of Urban & Civic plc, “Come Home to Houlton”.

So, tonight is the Grand Final! And we’d like to welcome Dan Sambell from BBC CWR as our compere for the evening. Thank you Dan for once again being such a fantastic host!

We’d also like to thank YOU, the audience, for your support and enthusiasm throughout this competition. Everyone involved with the show really appreciates this and we hope you’ve enjoyed seeing these new exciting artists perform to the best of their abilities.

This year, the standard has once again been extremely high and everyone who entered is to be applauded for their dedication and hard work to reach the level of their current performance. All 3 of the semi-finals have been outstanding and we’re expecting another fantastic Grand Final.

Now two acts from each semi-final plus two wild cards have been carefully selected by the judges to appear in the Grand Final. But there can only be ONE winner! Who will it be?

Regardless of who wins, we aim to make the experience of being involved with Rugby’s Got Talent a positive one for every contestant. Even if they didn’t make the final, they will have gained invaluable experience and exposure which will benefit them in lots of ways.

Everyone will have the pleasure of seeing many again at the great venues we have in Rugby, and we’d love them to return next year and compete again in Rugby’s Got Talent.

 

We wish them all well in the future and hope they keep in touch as they progress!

The Rotary Club of Rugby Dunsmore is always keen to help and support people of all ages to develop their appreciation of and ability to play music. Contact mikefolly@btinternet.com to ask about the Rugby Rotary Music Bursary.

Our next event in the Rugby social calendar is the Rugby Music Festival, in Caldecott Park on August 29th, Bank Holiday Monday which will also feature tonight’s winner of Rugby’s Got Talent. Tickets are only £5 and can be ordered online here:

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All those appearing are great local performers so bring a picnic, a chair and your dancing shoes for a fantastic afternoon’s entertainment! Starts at 2pm.

See you there 🙂

Mike Folly – Rugby Dunsmore Rotary Club

Grand Final

22 July 2022

Ezza Brianna

Aaron Evans

Alyssa Martyn

Mottled Shades

Teshaa Uman

Matth.U

Oliwia Dragon

The Big Sing Choir

Kian Taylor-Jackson

The judges

The judges for Rugby’s Got Talent 2022 are independent of acts that have entered the competition. They include people with an extensive and varied range of stage, music and artistic experience, together with creating and managing a variety of shows from small to large.

Amie Boyd

Amie has been performing since the age of four having studied dance, performing arts, recorder, drums and vocals. After completing her music degree she taught for Coventry Performing Arts Service and Warwickshire County Music Service (WCMS) as well as completing her PGCE.

Amie is very active on the local music scene running independent groups including the Hillmorton Community Choir, Choral Belles and WESing as well as performing in various bands and other groups.

Kieran Taylour

Kieran is a Rugby born & bred Country Singer/Songwriter who performs his own music nationally.

After winning Rugby’s Got Talent back in 2018, Kieran has continued to push his passion and build a successful status within the industry ranging from radio play, festival slots and even chart placements.

Kieran has also had the privilege of working with many great people since his win including Michael Buble, Hugh Jackman, members of Clean Bandit and much more.

Michele Goode

Michele Goode, was born and bred in Rugby and is one of the founders of Rugby’s Got Talent when she worked for Rugby FM back in the day when it was first launched.

A performer on stage since she was 7, Michele has also represented England at the commonwealth games as a high jumper and was also a member of the elite England netball team.

She then sang on the Birmingham circuit for some 5 years before joining Rugby theatre where she has been cast in over 60 shows.

She is currently rehearsing for the Dolly Parton 9 to 5 show at the Benn Hall at the end of September.

Mike Folly

Mike is a big supporter of music development in Rugby. Taking leading roles in Rugby’s Got Talent, the Rugby Music Festival and being Chairman of the Rugby Rotary Music Bursary.

Before retiring Mike ran many corporate events all over the country with many personalities from various types of entertainment.

His passion is seeing young performers grow in stature and prowess, and delights in being involved with the other members of the Team who create these opportunities

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