Do you think you have what it takes to rock the stage with your amazing hidden talent?HPCA gives you the opportunity to become a star and showcase your talent at this year’s Hidden Lives, Hidden Talents show, on 1 October at the Baxter Theatre. Entries are open to student’s aged 13 – 18 years at all High Schools in the Western Cape.
To raise funds for palliative care and to create awareness for World Hospice Palliative Care Day, the HPCA, (Hospices Palliative Care Association), will be hosting an extravaganza of talent entitled Hidden Lives, Hidden Talents, at the Baxter Theatre, on the 1st October 2015 from 7pm.
This talent show is aimed at all high schools in the Western Cape and is open to learners aged 13 – 18 years. The run up to the show includes a 4 week social media campaign. Students have the chance to enter and showcase their talent via a short video uploaded onto Facebook. The top 15 finalist will be selected to perform live at the Baxter Theatre in front of an audience of 670 people, plus media interviews will be set up with the finalists.
The Hidden Lives, Hidden Talents is an evening of sharing experiences with the audience and is supported by great sponsors, celebrity judges including Ayanda Tini (Actress, television presenter and radio DJ), Xola Putye (Senior Soloist at Cape Town City Ballet), Megan Kruger (Owner of Shine Models Management) and Guy McDonald (GoodHope FM radio presenter).