X Factor star searching for talented support act

Marcus Collins will appear at Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage

Marcus Collins will appear at Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage

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Reckon you have got what it takes to share the stage with a star of The X Factor?

Soul sensation Marcus Collins is coming to Stevenage’s Gordon Craig Theatre in October – and he’s casting around for local talent to share the bill.

Marcus is hitting the road with his seven-piece band for a Motown-inspired tour.

And if you have enough material for a short set and think you have what it takes to get the crowd excited, send a clip of yourself performing to marcuscollinsfanmail@gmail.com along with your contact details by Wednesday, September 10.

Any form of singer or musician is welcome to put themselves forward, but the successful candidate will need to be able to complement Marcus and make the show swing.

* Marcus Collins and his Band will be appearing at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage on Thursday, October 2.

Tickets are on sale now.

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