Video l Thomas Carroll’s Got Talent & £10k for Tenovus
Under the bright lights of Taffs Well Ex-Service & Social Club’s main stage, we celebrated our 45th birthday with Thomas Carroll’s Got Talent – a night to remember!
Our birthday wish for the year was to raise £10,000 to sponsor a chemotherapy chair in Tenovus’ new Mobile Support Unit and through various fundraising activities, dress-down days and Thomas Carroll’s Got Talent, we’re almost there!
Help us reach our £10,000 target, click HERE to make a donation to Tenovus Cancer Care via our charity page
On the Night
It wasn’t until ‘lights, camera, action’ that we realised how many talented individuals have been hiding at Thomas Carroll. Hosted by Brynmor Williams and Rob Jones MBE (our very own Ant & Dec) seven acts consisting of musicians, singers, dancers and a comedian took the stage.
The celebrity judging panel consisted of Thomas Carroll’s John Moore MBE, Evan Thomas, Lina Iannucci and Sarah Jones, who did their best X Factor-inspired Simon, Louis, Sharon and Cheryl impressions.
Comedian Mike Davies, known better by his stage name ‘Will the Real Mike Davies Please Stand Up?’, had the crowd roaring and took home the trophy following a winning clap-o-meter result from the audience.
A hard one to call due to the sheer level of talent, The Full Ponty and The Chicken Supremes came in joint second place with Get Set for Jeanette coming third.
The Cover Notes, Sweet Carolyn and 1 Song Simon were named runners up and a charity raffle brought the entertainment to a close before everyone hit the dancefloor.
Thank you to everyone involved and those who supported the event in aid of Tenovus Cancer Care, a cause close to our hearts. What a way to celebrate our birthday.
To make a donation to Tenovus Cancer Care, click here to visit our charity page.