MUSIC, dance, drama and star quality will be on stage at The Courtyard in Hereford this Sunday, March 28, when the grand final of Hereford’s Got Talent takes place.

The evening will be hosted by BBC Hereford and Worcester DJ Andrew Easton and young people aged between seven and 18 will be competing.

The Courtyard has been working with Hereford schools on the talent show and the finals will showcase the most talented youngsters chosen from each of the participating schools.

Heats have taken place in schools across Hereford with each school putting forward a winner for the grand final. The winning youngsters then have the opportunity to work with a professional stage crew and will appear in front of a live audience of 400 people when they represent their schools at the final.

Tickets for the final on Sunday are £10 for adults and £5 for children with family tickets £20. Call the Courtyard on 01432 340555.

Hereford’s Got Talent is being organised by The Courtyard and The Mayor’s Charities, the Little Princess Trust and Noah’s Ark Trust. The Little Princess Trust supplies real hair wigs to children who have lost their hair through cancer treatment or illness and Noah’s Ark provides bereavement Support to local children.