Pukaar News in association with Crimestoppers and Anand & Daewoo International, are on the hunt for the superstars of tomorrow to take part in the annual Leicester’s Got Talent competition.

Searching for our region’s most gifted stars; from perfect dance routines to mind-blowing MC skills, amazing artists to singers that would make Simon Cowell stand up and listen, anyone aged 13 – 19 years old is eligible to apply, and it’s free!

The winner of the show will receive an iPod and each individual category winner will receive £200 worth of vouchers.

The event takes place at The Y Theatre, 7 East Street, Leicester, LE1 6EY, on Saturday 16th November at 11am and looks set to be a theatrical production of unique talent and show-stopping fun!

Kiran Dhanda, Crimestoppers Regional Manager for the East Midlands, said: “This is a really important event for bringing people together and for promoting the Crimestoppers charity. “We have held similar events in the local area and they have been incredibly successful.

Our priority is to make the communities we live in a safer place to live, and through events such as this we can promote the work of Crimestoppers and show people that they can play a part in keeping their streets free from crime.”

Like the event on Facebook at www.facebook.com/leicestergottalent or follow on Twitter @LeicesterGT

For any additional information please contact Pukaar News at 08455005052 or email info@pukaarnews.com.

For Crimestoppers please contact press team on 020 8835 3700 or www.crimestoppers-uk.org – www.fearless.org .



Crimestoppers is a nationwide, independent charity which allows members of the community to provide anonymous information about criminal activity. This year marks its 25th year of fighting crime.

Anand & Daewoo International is Europe’s leading Battery & Blank Media Distributor incorporated in 1981 and based in Leicester.

Pukaar News is a leading independent news agency providing news to television and online media, as well as PR solutions, to a wide variety of partners and platforms in the East Midlands.

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