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Autism’s got Talent’ held at Blackfriars theatre for eleventh year

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A Blackfriars-based theatre hosted an annual talent show for people diagnosed with autism and acts came from all over the world to perform and show their support.

Anna Kennedy OBE, known as “the Simon Cowell of the autism world” – started the event eleven years ago. “I have two autistic sons, so celebrating the talents of groups who feel misunderstood in society has always been important to me,” she said….Click here to read the full article.

Click here – to apply for Autism’s Got Talent 2023


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