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Ipswich: Launch of popular Ipswich Has Got Talent competition to take place this weekend

22:06 25 February 2014

The finalists of Ipswich Has Got Talent 2013

The finalists of Ipswich Has Got Talent 2013

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The search for the town’s most talented performers is due to begin again this week with the official launch of Ipswich Has Got Talent 2014.

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The contest, first launched in 2009, gives musicians, comedians and other artists the opportunity to showcase their skills to the public before the finalists battle it out at a live event.

A spokesman said: “The aim of Ipswich Has Got Talent is to bring community members together and celebrate Ipswich as a safe place to live work and visit.

“Ipswich Best Bar None venues are again invited to host the heats throughout the spring.”

Last year a clutch of singers, dancers and even a 46-strong choir took to the stage of the Regent to battle it out for first place.

The winner was 19-year-old Leah Godbold, whose rendition of With You from Ghost: The Musical wowed the judges.

The launch of this year’s competition will be on Saturday and there will be full details in Monday’s Ipswich Star.

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  • lets hope this year there is a section for radio presenters as one of last years judges mark murphy could go in for it and loose

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