Talent search

Are you a unsung singer looking for a big break? The Variety Club Show of Hearts Telethon may be your big chance.

Are you a unsung singer looking for a big break? The Variety Club Show of Hearts Telethon may be your big chance.

Variety – The Children’s Charity, announced that it will conduct a province wide search for talented vocalists leading up to the annual Show of Hearts telethon. The 2011 Telethon will be held Feb. 12 and 13 at the Red Robinson Show Theatre in Coquitlam, and televised on Global BC.

“Variety’s Got Talent” will narrow down entries to 10 finalists from across the province. Finalists go to Vancouver and perform before a live audience at the Red Robinson Show Theater, Feb. 4. The winner will appear on the star-studded telethon weekend, and have the opportunity to perform in one of Great Canadian Casino’s lounges and or perform a special concert at the Red Robinson or River Rock Show Theatres.

Contestants, between 13 and 29 can learn about how to enter at www.variety.bc.ca. At least five of the ten finalists will come from outside the Lower Mainland.

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