Still time to grab a ticket for The Pride of Royston Talent Show

PUBLISHED: 18:28 24 February 2017

The Pride of Royston Talent Show takes place tomorrow night.

The Pride of Royston Talent Show takes place tomorrow night.

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It’s not too late to get a ticket for The Pride of Royston Talent Show, which will see acts take to the stage tomorrow night.

The event from 7pm at Royston Town Hall will display the best local talent, including performances from Elemental, Music in a Nutshell, G-Stars, Hannah Theobald and Royston Town Band.

All proceeds from the tickets, which are priced at £7 and are available from outlets including No 3 Royston in Melbourn Street, will go to the Royston Mayor’s Community Trust Fund to support local causes.

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