Only just got round to posting this, but Tilly and I went to the Britain's Got Talent Tour when it came to Nottingham on Sunday 15th of June.
It was at the Trent FM Arena, which actually doubles as an Ice Stadium. We were fairly near the back and high up. I'm not very good with heights at the best of times and there seemed to be very little to stop you falling to your death if you trip.
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This photo was taken without any zoom to show what the stage looked like from where we were sitting:
The show was hosted by Stephen Mulhern and the first act on stage was Signature:
Second up was the Scottish singer Andrew Muir:
Next was the first of two performances by the Cheeky Monkeys:
12 year old opera singer Faryl Smith:
Everyone there were acts who had been in the final except two.
They were Tracey Lee Collins and Anya Sparks:
Next on stage was Nemisis:
Performing Paul McCartney's theme to Live and Let Die, Escala were next:
The first half was actually pretty boring, with all the acts just doing the 3 minute performance that we've already seen on the telly, but there were lots of surprises in the second half and it got much better.
13 year old Andrew Johnston kicked off the second half singing Pie Jesu:
He then sang Walking in the Air and half way through was joined by Faryl Smith:
Strike were next:
Next was Andrew Muir's second performance:
Next Signature and Nemesis performed together:
There were a lot of teenage girls in the audience and I nearly lost my ear drums when George Sampson came on stage:
He actually did his dancing in water and everything just like on the telly.
Kate and Gin did perform but we didn't get a picture of them.
This is everyone waving goodbye:
Oh and it cost us £5 for a programme: