A HUGE array of talent graced the stage when Pedmore Technology College and Community School held a talent show.

A group of 50 students performed, showing off skills which included singing, dancing, a comedy and magic double act, a saxophonist, a keyboard performance, African drummers and two staff acts -The Spiced Girls and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Three judges were tasked with picking the winner, Catherine Needle, the principal of Stagecoach Theatre Arts and former head girl and boy, Charlotte King and Robert Hart.

The winning act was dancer Jack Carter, a year nine pupil, who was offered a term scholarship at Stagecoach, and a second scholarship was also offered to year nine pupil Jordana Stringer, who acted in the variety show.

Julie Westwood, the acting head of head of performing arts at the school, said: "It was a fantastic evening showcasing Pedmore's talented students."

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