THE Britain’s Got Talent team is coming to St George’s Hotel in Llandudno to find talented acts for its forthcoming series.

Budding superstars from Conwy, Colwyn Bay, Llandudno and elsewhere will have the chance to impress the team on Monday, November 26 between 3pm and 7pm and put bid for selection for a place at one of the judges’ auditions next year. The show is open to any performer of any age, with any talent, all that is needed is skill and star quality. Anything goes from magician to comedians, drag acts to singers and acrobats to animal stars.

Executive producer Charlie Irwin said: “Britain’s Got Talent 2018 was a fantastic year for talent full of variety and the first time a comedian won the show. We were left in stitches by runner-up Robert White, the incredible acrobats The Giang Brothers left us speechless and laughs were endless with the winner, the Lost Voice Guy, Lee Ridley. Following his win, Lee sold out his Edinburgh Fringe run and had to add extra performances.

“Since being crowned the winner of Britain’s Got Talent 2017, Tokio Myers has co-produced the Artists for Grenfell charity single in support of The London Community Foundation, has released his debut album Our Generation, the biggest classical crossover of 2017, and won Breakthrough Artist of the year at the Classic BRIT Awards 2018. Among the show’s successes, Susan Boyle has sold more than 23 million records worldwide, Diversity sold-out seven nationwide tours and are about to embark on their eighth UK tour Ignite, while multi-platinum selling artist Paul Potts has sold six million records worldwide. Collabro, winners in 2014 have had a No. 1 album. Previous BGT Series 9 semi-finalist, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who was part of the classical band The Kanneh-Masons, went on to win the BBC's Young Musician of the Year 2016. Since appearing on the show, Sheku has performed at the BAFTAs, the BBC Proms and the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Now, we can’t wait to see what talent comes to the stage in 2019. Anyone who has something special to show us, no matter what, should apply, you never know where it will lead.”