Chance to see the stars of tomorrow to day!
by Patrick Trollope. Page 1 of 2.
heats rising star is Anthony Hannah, even at 13 he is
certainly a star of the future.
Anthony has been singing
and dancing since he was 5. He is currently a member of
the Anglican Cathedral choir and is at home in all kinds
of musical situations.
Recently, Anthony sang in the opera
“Emilia de Liverpool” at the Royal Court
and has appeared on many famous stages including the
Liverpool Empire and the London Palladium. Heat
4’s surprise guest artist, who will entertain the
audience during the judging process, will be Michelle.
Michelle is well known throughout the North west both in
musical theatre and on the club scene. Her numerous stage
appearances in many theatres including the Liverpool
Empire have given her an extensive repertoire and her
vocal range enables her to stun audiences with a wide
variety of music from classical to pop. Natalie Shaw has
been singing for the past six years. She was a former
member of the Harlequin Roadshow which won numerous
competitions. Natalie has appeared on the Liverpool Empire
and many other North west theatres. She appeared on
Micheal Barrymore’s “My Kind O People”.
Whitehall is an ex Blue Coat at Pontins in Wales. She has
just returned from Disneyland in Paris where she was a
parade and show dancer. Catherine has recently completed
the recording of a CD of original material. The latest
news is Catherine has landed the role of Cinderella with M
and M Productions (the No 1 Children’s Touring Company).
Scott Dylan, from Halewood, is a favourite club act up and
down the UK. He hopes this is a springboard to greater
things. Scott has been singing since he was a boy and
performs a variety of music and especially enjoys Rat Pack
Simon J, from Burscough, is an electric
performer who is a real treat for the ladies. Simon is
well known throughout the UK he is an ex Pontins performer
and recently played a lead role in the sell-out production
of “Her Benny” at the Liverpool Empire.
Suzanne Morris, from Aintree, has been singing and dancing
from the age of 5. Suzanne has been in two of Bill Kenwright’s productions “Annie” and “Robin
Prince of Sherwood”. She has performed on
Liverpool’s Empire, Playhouse and Philharmonic Theatres;
Blackpool opera house and various venues in the North
west. Suzanne was the winner of the Variety Club of Great
Britain award for Achievement and was chosen as a
semi-finalist for ITV’s “This is my Moment”
with Mel B. LOST, from Ormskirk, is a five piece
band who write their own music who have been together for
four and a half years and have just recorded their first
album. They have been described as a guitar based pop/rock
Rose, from Litherland, is the only female comedienne in
the competition. She writes her own material and is a
graduate from from Hope University in Drama and Theatre
Elaine has appeared on stage at the Neptune
Theatre and the Liverpool hope Theatre as well as being
currently on the North West Comedy circuit. J. Tarjanyi, from Southport, has been singing around the
country in hotels during the past 10 – 15 years. He
plays the keyboard and guitar and loves a wide variety of
music. This is the first time he has entered a talent
competition. A.J. is also a solo artist as well as coming
together with other musicians as a workshop.
Hughes, from Aintree, works both as a solo artist and as a
member of a band called “Double Trouble”,
the cabaret act which appears throughout the North west.
She was a semi-finalist in The Crown Talent Competition.
This is the second year that Karen has entered “Search
For A Star”.
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