Britain’s Got Talent is coming back to Omagh

Ryan Tracey from Duff Balloons became a world record holder live on Britain’s Got Talent.

Could you be the next Ryan ‘Duff Balloons’ Tracey and make it through to the live shows of Britain’s Got Talent? Well here is your chance.

The producers of one of ITV’s most popular programmes is coming back to Omagh on the lookout for talented acts.


Auditions will take place at Main Street, Omagh on November 12, with acts performing to a panel of judges with the hope of securing a place at the 2018 auditions.

The auditions are open to any performer of any age, with any talent.

Anything goes, from magicians to comedians, drag acts to singers and acrobats to animals.

All participants need is a skill and a star quality that is set to impress!

A spokesperson from Main Street, Omagh says the venue is greatly looking forward to hosting auditions for the prestigious programme.

They said, “If you feel you have what it takes to WOW an audience, come along and show off your talent.

This is an amazing opportunity, and one that local individuals should make the most of.”


Series producer, Charlie Irwin, is trying his hardest to reach out to talent from all across the land.

“Britain’s Got Talent 2017 was a fantastic year for talent full of variety,” he said.

“From runner-up Issy Simpson to incredible winner Tokio Myers, it was sensational.

We can’t wait to see what talent Omagh has to offer.

If you feel you have something special to show us, then make sure you come along to auditions.

You never know where it might take you!”

Could you be the next big thing? Come along to Main Street on November 12, from 12-4pm to find out! There will also be auditions that evening from 6-8pm in Annies Bar, Omagh.

Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.



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