Saturday, 11 July 2009

Trust's Got Talent - The Final!

The Final is here! Please come and support our fantastic 4 finalists who have battled through the Welling Heats and the Welling Final to win the chance to perform at the Grand Final at Kemnal Technology College in front of 3 top secret celebrity judges. There are cash prizes: £100 for the winner and £100 for the winner's Performing Arts faculty, £75 for the 1st runner-up and for their faculty, and £50 for the 2nd runner-up and for their faculty. We know our fab performers will do Welling proud.

Tickets are available from Reception and are selling out fast so get your tickets asap - £5 for adults and £3 for students. Please don't think 'Oh I'll just turn up on the night and pay then' because it will most probably be a sell-out, meaning you may not get in. Remember, there are 3 schools involved and we want the cheers for our acts to be the loudest!

Friday, 10 July 2009

Trust's Got Talent - The Heats! Acts 6-10

Here are the next 5 acts from Welling School's Heats for the Trust's Got Talent competition... enjoy!

Trust's Got Talent - The Heats! Acts 1-5

Here are the fantastic first 5 acts from the Trust's Got Talent Welling School Heats. More to follow - keep checking the blog for more!

Comments are now enabled - who are your favourites?

Thursday, 9 July 2009

Musical Celebration - more videos!

Some more videos from March's 'Musical Celebration' concert. Enjoy!

Monday, 6 July 2009

Voices For A Better World - the gig!

On Wednesday 1st July, the choir took to the O2 stage along with 4,700 other people to perform 34 Beatles songs in the Voices For A Better World concert. It was an excellent day of rehearsals followed by a great concert. Photos to follow, but for now here's a couple of videos. Poor sound and visuals - they're probably from mobile phone footage - clips from official DVD to follow in a later post. Click here to buy the DVD!

Here's 'Get Back'. If you look at the people in orange t-shirts closely, you'll see the Welling choir in the back 4 rows!

Here's Ellie's solo in 'Let It Be', sung with Kway of 'I'd Do Anything' fame. At this point in the concert, a drama of John Lennon being shot had just been played out and the lights went out as he was shot... then all the performers lit a torch and the pair begin to sing. Spine-tingling stuff, I think you'll agree!