Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Tonbridge Has Talent revisited....

If you want to see highlights of the recent Tonbridge Has Talent, held at Tonbridge School with most of the senior schools in the district taking part click here. It really is worth watching, but be warned it is an hour and a half long, but then Britain's Got Talent goes on for about a year! The editors seems to have taken out the judges comments, which were in between the acts, so I'm afraid you won't be able to see me at my cutting best as I tore into those poor teenagers, like Simon Cowell with a bad hang over! Watch the video and judge for yourselves who you think the winners should have been; then you'll see for yourselves just how difficult a job I and the other judges had on the night. It was a fun evening and did prove that the young folk from the schools in and around Tonbridge had talent, and by the bucket load. So here's a challenge to anyone out there who thinks they could do as well or better than these guys: You've got just under a year to come up with something original and entertaining for next year's show, it was such a success so there's bound to be another one, so get practicing soon....

7 comments:

petrolstationvillage said...

What's all this Tonbridge School 'promotion'?

petrolstationvillage said...

What's all this Tonbridge School 'promotion'?

Tonbridge blogger said...

There is no Tonbridge School "promotion" Shall I say it twice as well?! The event just happened to be staged there. The vast majority of the acts were from the other schools in and around Tonbridge. It really was quite a night and in support of Hospice in the Weald....

Anonymous said...

I said it twice accidently.. blame it your new Blogspot blog! This hardly happened on that other blog...

Anonymous said...

See it is a pain in proverbial. Blogspot. I am suddenly Anonymous!!Marvellous.

Stoatbeak said...

I hate all that talent show stuff, it's so naff !

Oh yeah ... The double posting thing has happened to me as well but I deleted it.

TonbridgeR said...

I had a little look through the film and I rather liked the mime act. I don't like the idea of the event being a contest but I like the idea of showcasing different talent from the surrounding schools. Anything that brings the community together and celebrates talent is worthwhile. One of the judges looked like he was well and truly enjoying his Simon Cowell role and he wore his best patterned shirt too. Ahhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!