ParticipACTION Week ended in style at lunchtime with an amazing line up of young talent on stage at the Ulumbarra Theatre.
In fact, there was so much talent through the audition process this year that organisers created a bumper show of 11 acts, including two who were performing in front of an audience for the first time.
The judges had a hard job selecting the three winners, but were unanimous in judging Liv Brereton’s emotional rendition of ‘Colorblind’ as the performance of the day. Opening act, Lucy McNaughton-Perry, stunned the crowd with her beautiful cover of Cherry Wine, while Cooper Bennett grabbed the judges’ attention with his sheer artistry on electric bass, performing The Cranberries ‘Zombie’.
Congratulations to all the performers: Lucy McNaughton-Perry, Brad Woodward, Tom Hadlow, Aaron Mannix, Joelle Colliver, Billie Taylor, Charlie Davis-Tope, Joel Inglis, Dylan Igoe, Cooper Bennett, Liv Brereton and The Trophy Wives who ended the show on an absolute high.
A big thank you to our judges Angie Pollock, Duane Anderson and special guest Alumnus Luke Owens. And to Year 11 student Max Harris who did an amazing job as emcee.
Check out the photos of the event on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/BendigoSeniorSC/photos/pcb.949626101882365/949622911882684/?type=3&theater