I got a call the other evening from Rob at Adare Productions and he told me they’re doing the groundwork for a new television talent show for TG4.
The show will be based around a search for Ireland’s most talented family.
He asked me if I could think of musically talented families in the Kerry area and I asked him how much time did he have.
Next Irish Stars
The new TV show is on the hunt for the next Irish, performing stars. The word is going out all around the country in a bid to put fame and furtune the way of talented families.
Apart from becoming outright winners, an appearance on a show like this can do wonders for the musical careers of groups or individuals.
All Family Combinations
This show is looking for family groups – in the broad sense. They can be made up of brothers and sisters, brothers or sisters; fathers and mothers, grannies and granddads.
Any family combination which has the talent to make it on to the show is now being encouraged to grab the chance to make a household name for themselves.
All entries must be made up from immediate family members, and the act must consist of at least two people.
No Act Restrictions
There are no restrictions on what your act could be. Your family could be singers, dancers, musicians or C.
Performers of all ages can apply and spoken Irish is beneficial but not essential.
To apply, simply send a short video of your family doing what you do best via WhatsApp to 083 058 0229 before February 15th.
For more information, you can get in touch by emailing: Lucinda@adareproductions.ie firstname.lastname@example.org or be ringing:
01 28 43 877.
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