Talented youngsters wowed the audience at the inaugural Headlands School talent evening.
Seven students from the school took part in the ‘Stars of the School’ contest, with sixth form music and drama students organising the event.
Judges for the evening were Paddy Billington from Yorkshire Coast Radio, headteacher Sarah Bone, and Mark Howley from the Remarkable Arts and Rock Choir.
Comperes for the evening, and dubbed the ‘new Ant and Dec’ of Bridlington, were Sam McCann and Joe Kench.
After each act the judges gave their feedback, with all students earning huge praise, with comments such as; awesome, impressive, unique confident and passionate.
Whilst the judges deliberated, the rock band Waving at Trains performed their farewell gig, as many of the upper sixth form band members are leaving to head to university or take up jobs abroad.
After much deliberation the winner of the Stars of the School title was Emilia Hughes who sung a stunning rendition of ‘In the Arms of an Angel’.
Stars of the
Charlotte and Spencer
(Pianist and Singer)
(Vocals and Painist)
(Vocalist and Pianist)