Autism's Got Talent 2024 Performers Revealed!

 

We are thrilled to announce the line-up for Autism’s Got Talent 2024, This year’s showcase features an array of talented individuals with Autism, ready to share their incredible skills with you.

Selecting our performers was no easy task; we received so many wonderful entries, each showcasing amazing talent. After careful consideration, we are excited to introduce the acts that will take the stage:

 

Aaron and Andy Clark 

Laasya Karupalli

Chloe Rose Duffy

Ty Williams 

Erin Davies 

Jiniya Caesar

Daniel Jones 

Lianne Vessier 

Luke Steven Ledwood 

Caydian Evans

Ava Louise Pew

Ethan Stewart

Hayley Doyle

Cid Henry Ericson 

Rosie Graham

Jack Medhurst

Jenny Robinson

Eliana Jones 

Alba Pulido-Brocklebank

Eve Golding

Andrew McMurdie 

True Colours Theatre CIO Foundation

Supported as always by Pineapple Performing Arts 

 

Congratulations to all of our performers, we look forward to seeing you this October!

 

Saturday, October 12th 2024

The Mermaid Theatre

2 Puddle Dock London EC4V 3DB

 

Tickets available to purchase now

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AKO Young Ambassador Isla McManus Wins Talent Competition.

Hi my name is Alana And I’m Islas mum. Recently Isla entered into a competition with The Ivory Sessions, there were 50 acts and Isla made in into the top 10 and we were so blown away! We live in Belfast and the final of the competition was in Navan near Dublin.

 

So off we went on a road trip with all our fabulous family and friends with us to support her. When we arrived at the venue and seen the room we were blown away with how amazing the whole set up was. Mark who was running the competition has such good taste and is so professional. On the night Isla was very very nervous, each of the 10 contestants had to sing 2 songs and honestly the talent was just amazing I really didn’t think Isla had a chance to win because most of the acts were older than her.

 

When it was time to call out the winner and they said Islas name we just couldn’t believe it and honestly I still don’t think it’s sunk in! She won €500, an amazing keyboard and a free recording session with The Ivory Sessions! We were so very grateful to be a part of it and it’s memories that will stay with us for a lifetime!

 

Alana & Isla

Autistic man from Carmarthenshire a finalist in 2023 Autism Hero Awards’ Young Person Category

 

Article by Lewis Rhys Jones


A young autistic man from Carmarthenshire is celebrating another success after being nominated in the Young Person of the Year category for the Autism Hero Awards.

27-year-old Samuel Turner previously won a Pride of Britain Award in 2020 as ITV Wales’ Fundraising champion. Now, he’s looking forward to finding out whether he’ll be an award winner for the second time when the Autism Hero Awards get underway in London on Saturday, 25th of November.

 

Samuel said: “I got a notification saying they’ve got me down for the Young Person of the Year category. When I found out I was nominated for that award I was incredibly overwhelmed.”

“I got to perform at Autism’s Got Talent in 2021. Anna Kennedy is the organiser for both events and she officially nominated me for my personal epic achievements.”

 

Samuel often runs his own “Autistic Baker” stall at the market in Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire, with money being raised to support the Treetops Charity.

He also enjoys creating short films, and in 2021 wrote his first book “The Autistic Side of Love”, which received recognition from the late Queen Elizabeth II.

Speaking about Samuel’s latest nomination, his father Barry Turner said: “We feel over the moon, it’s such an achievement and he’s come on a long way since he was a young lad.”

Melanie Clark, Samuel’s Personal Assistant added: “Sam’s very passionate to get the message about autism out there and de-stigmatise it.

“We’re just so thrilled he’s been nominated for yet another award.”

You can find out more about the Autism Hero Awards right here.

Autism’s Got Talent 2023 Highlights and Messages from our Performers

 

 

“Autism is not a disability, it’s a different way of thinking and this weekend I met some of the most talented people from all four corners of the UK and even a couple from Canada. I use music as a celebration of my life and this weekend my celebration rang so true it was an absolute joy to be part of something so unique, joyous and special, my memories are awash with pride for what we achieved. Well done everyone and thank you for making me so happy” – Fred Tennant

 

“I really enjoy an atmosphere where everyone understands each other and co-operates. I felt that everyone felt welcome right from the very beginning and was happy to be there. Anna just seems to have a magic touch to her in making such an atmosphere possible. I enjoyed making friends and sharing my act with everyone else. Everyone supported each other in my opinion.” – Nath Trevett

 

“I had such an incredible time at Autism’s Got Talent, It was so relaxing and welcoming I felt amazing.

From the red carpet photos to chilling back stage with my amazing friend Isla. Isla and I had so much fun hanging out during the day and back stage, It felt amazing knowing we were all the same with little unique parts to us all.
I absolutely loved performing on the amazing stage especially as the lighting etc all matched my sparkling new street costume and the audience were so supportive and engaging.
I absolutely loved the opportunity to learn a new solo for Autisms Got Talent; my teachers and mum were so proud of my performance. I recently lost my Nanna and she would of been so proud of me too.
Thank you so much Anna and her team for the opportunity and memories to treasure.” – Skye Richards

We are absolutely happy that Oscar has been chosen for Autism’s Got Talent! For our family, Autism’s Got Talent 2023 became the most breathtaking, magnificent, and incredible event of this year in our life! We have no words to explain how worried and nervous our family was, but not Oscar! He was always ready!

At first, Oscar did not understand where we were going, until he was performing on stage and he loved all of the people clapping for him! It was an atmosphere of infinite love and happiness!

All of the people around were extremely friendly and understanding. All of the performers were amazing!

We would like to extend a special thank you to the presenters! Thank you to Philip Barnett, his humour and support were very important for us!

Thank you to Lisa Robins, who was in contact with us from the beginning and helped us at all times, including during the show. Of course thank you to Anna Kennedy, the amazing woman who organised this outstanding event! It is absolutely obvious that Anna Kennedy is a woman with a huge heart!

Now Autism’s Got Talent has become a part of our lives forever and we will be very happy to participate both as performers and a part of the audience!

With love and best wishes,

Oscar Bugaev, his sister Xenia and their parents

Thank you to all of our performers and everyone who came to support this year’s Autism’s Got Talent

Applications for Autism’s Got Talent 2024 are now open! Click here to submit your audition.

Anna Kennedy’s charity event, Autism’s Got Talent at the Mermaid Theatre in London on the 14th of October was extravagantly wholesome.

Unlike any other show or event, the audience, organisers and the performers are one big happy family.

Anna Kennedy with Eden-Raine Smith and Philip Barnett at the red carpet

Anna Kennedy has not only managed to pour her heart into this cause for 12 years now, but she has also created a community that deeply cares for one another.

The event was nothing short of a Britain’s/America’s Got Talent show. A large theatre almost sold out with families, friends and newcomers who have never seen other autistic or ADHD individuals like themselves.

It was a wonderful opportunity for families of autism to network and build friendships.

Philip Barnett in his gorgeous sparkly blazer, took centre stage and hosted what unfolded to be a sensational night. He introduced Anna Kennedy and Maggie Peterson first, the driving forces of the event to bless the stage for their inspiring efforts.

The stage was also honoured by the presence of some popular faces and LGBT activists who were presenters of the show.

Actress Vicky Michelle, best-selling author Samantha Lee Howe, professional dancer Robin Windsor, autistic Masterchef contestant Vanessa D’Souza, hairdresser and author Steven Smith and many more.

Phil then introduced the first performers, Pineapple Performing Arts, who opened the show.

Anna Kennedy and Steven Smith at the red carpet

ACT 1

Pineapple Performing Arts is a group of children and teenagers split into two. One was a cheerleader dancing group that wowed us with their suave. And the other was a pop dance group that made me want to groove along to their swag in my seat.

Maggie Peterson with Pineapple Performing Arts and Eden-Raine Smith

Isla McManus walked in like a sweet little angel,and left us gob-smacked with her punchy womanly voice. She’s a 10-year old autistic singer who has the vocal range of Christina Aguilera.

Finlay Minnis is a theatre singer who has sung in Macbeth, he glided onto the stage with oozing confidence. His elegant opera voice made my ears tingle and confirm the fact that he is indeed a rising star.

Oscar Bugaev is a mathematics genius at the age of 10. He calculated square root and cube roots of numbers within seconds, that’s maths I can’t even begin to comprehend at 26.

Oscar Bugaev and his sister

Skye Richards is a 11-year old girl who is born to be a performer. She did a medley of routines to show her versatility in hip-hop, whacking and pop dancing styles.

Nath Trevett is a Welsh singer, whose passion for music bled through his performance. A rockstar in the making with a gentle heart as a truthful lyricist.

Shay Marie Ellis is a 16 year-old Irish tap dancer, who frolicked the stage with her mastery of the art within a span of only 5 years.

Joey Chike is a singer and dancer who has his own album called “Normal” based on neurodiversity, autism and romance. He swept the stage with his cool moves and melodic voice and reappeared on stage with his group Atypical with Attitude.

The Atypical with Attitude crew featuring Joey Chike

Eden-Raine Smith is a dancer who knew how to set fire to the stage. She break-dances, and made sure she pop-locked the entire theatre down. A diva in the making.

Colin Brennen is a singer and motivational speaker who almost made me cry with his version of “Bring Him Home” from Lés Mirables. His voice was angelic, I swear I saw the smoke on the stage behind him turn into wings.

ACT 2

Atypical with Attitude is a neurodiverse lyrical dance group of men featuring Joey Chike. Their ease and synchronised movements to the beats of the song left us all begging for more.

Poppy Choi Wah Pandit is a 16 year old spoken word treat I didn’t see coming. Her talent for storytelling and drama in her delivery left me shocked and highly intrigued.

Abrianna Holmes is a young contemporary dancer who waltzed around the stage with poise. She occupied the stage with her skillful movements, a beautiful and raw talent.

Casper Moon is a singer-songwriter who popped on the stage with his guitar and serenaded with an acoustic melody. With a voice that sounds like Bryan Adams, charming the audience with grace.

Anna Kennedy, Casper Moon and Philip Barnett

Zach Brookes is a comedian who certainly loved taking the p*ss out of all people. His comedy was so relatable, I found myself saying, “Me!” at each of his lines.

Fred Tennant is a singer who is as cute as a button, with powerful statements in his lyrics that reinstates his strong attitude towards life.

Kian Butler is a singer, who looked dapper in his white tuxedo. He sang “All Of Me” by John Legend with a voice that captivated the theatre and spoke softly of his love for RuPaul’s Drag Race and Lady Gaga.

Kian Butler

Alanna Barry is a contemporary dancer who manoeuvres around the stage like a swan gliding through the lake. Her soft aura shone her innocence and passion right through her.

Henry Bradshaw is a singer who can hold a note that can finally trigger world peace. His  healing voice is magnetic and takes you on a journey of salvation without even realising it.

Pineapple Performing Arts closed the show with another stellar dance performance. Phil Barnett encouraged the audience to boogie along and ended the night by calling all of the guests and presenters to get on stage and bust some moves.

The show couldn’t have been more life-changing for me, I left with a joyful heart. As Phil and Anna would say, we are all talented human beings and we can do anything we put our mind to.

All of the performers on stage at the end of the show

To support Anna Kennedy and Autism’s Got Talent, CLICK HERE to find out more details about the cause and join the next event.

Audtions for Autism’s Got Talent 2024 will be taking place this week, to apply, CLICK HERE.

 

Article by Adishri Chengappa

‘Dancing is her therapy’ – Hull schoolgirl follows brother’s footsteps and joins Autism’s Got Talent

Skye Richards will make the trip to London to perform at the annual Autism’s Got Talent – like her brother did last year

 

An 11-year-old girl from Hull will be following in her big brother’s footsteps by competing in this year’s Autism’s Got Talent.

Skye Richards has been selected to perform in the Anna Kennedy Talent Show at the Mermaid Theatre, in London, in October. The announcement is a dream come true for the aspirational dancer, who uses the arts to express herself after experiencing difficulties with social communication, interaction skills and sensory stimuli.

For many young people with autism, like Skye, self-esteem and exclusion can be a major problem. However, without even having to speak, Skye can use her passion for dance as her way of expressing herself.

 

Since Skye took her first steps, she would dance around the house. Seeing her enthusiasm, her parents later enrolled Skye at a dance school when she was old enough.

Speaking to Hull Live, Skye’s mum Caroline Medforth described the importance of dance to her daughter.

 

Despite being diagnosed as autistic as late as November 2022, Skye had been showing behaviours of autism since the age of seven with struggles around social communication and interactions.

She was also diagnosed with dyslexia and dyscalculia, meaning that everyday lessons such as English and Maths can be a struggle. However, anything expressive such as sport and dance will see Skye come alive.

At Anlaby Studios, where she currently practices, Skye has made lots of friends and learned how to integrate into a social circle.

“As a parent, I absolutely love seeing Skye blossom and being herself,” said Caroline. “I’m proud of her achievements in being a junior associate at the Royal Ballet 2022-2023 and as a Ballet Boost associate and now in her third year.”

Skye’s brother Logan participated last year as a performer.

The event went down really well for Logan, as well as making friends that he still stays in contact with today. This year is Skye’s turn to take to the stage when she performs her street dance routine.

 

Caroline said: “To be chosen to perform at Autism’s Got Talent is a fantastic achievement as there were over 250 applicants for this year’s show and only 20 were selected. Skye has an amazing relationship with her dance principal and all her teachers at dance class, and we are so very grateful.”

Skye’s dance teacher at Anlaby Studios, Scarlett Hird, is helping choreograph the routine that Skye will be performing in London.

“I have been teaching Skye since 2021 in both Street and Tap,” Scarlett said. “Skye is always focused in her lessons and is an absolute pleasure to teach.

 

 

“She has made vast improvements in the two years I have known her due to her determination, perseverance and the passion she has for dancing. I have choreographed this piece for her performance at AGT to highlight Skye’s strength and hard work.

“Skye comes alive on the stage and loves performing in front of an audience so I’m sure you are in for a treat! I really hope they enjoy her performance.”

The 12th annual Autism’s Got Talent will take place on Saturday, October 14.

 

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Congratulations to all the acts chosen to perform at this years Autism’s Got Talent!

 

We’ve had submissions from all over the world and after a long and difficult process, we have finally picked 18 talented acts to perform at the Mermaid Theatre in October 2023. We’re delighted to announce those acts will be as follows:

 

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Henry Bradshaw 

Isla McManus 

Poppy Pandit 

Eden-Raine Smith 

Oscar Bugaev 

Shay Marie Ellis 

 

 

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Abrianna Holmes 

Finlay Minnis 

Alana Barry

Casper Mason 

Nath Trevett 

Fred Tennant 

 

Pineapple Performing Arts supporting Autism’s Got Talent

 

 

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Zach Brookes

 

Kian Butler 

Skye Richards 

Colin Brennan

Joey Chike

Atypical with Attitude

 

 

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The stage awaits you…

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One of our performers, Isla McMannus, Featured on ITV News 

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Congratulations to all the acts chosen to perform at this years Autism’s Got Talent!

 

We’ve had submissions from all over the world and after a long and difficult process, we have finally picked 18 talented acts to perform at the Mermaid Theatre in October 2023. We’re delighted to announce those acts will be as follows:

 

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Henry Bradshaw 

Isla McManus 

Poppy Pandit 

Eden-Raine Smith 

Oscar Bugaev 

Shay Marie Ellis 

Abrianna Holmes 

Finlay Minnis 

Alanna Barry

Casper Mason 

Nath Trevett 

Fred Tennant 

Zach Brookes 

Kian Butler 

Skye Richards 

Colin Brennan

Joey Chike

Atypical with Attitude

Pineapple Performing Arts supporting Autism’s Got Talent

 

 

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The stage awaits you…

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If you were not successful this time, it is no reflection on you or your Talent. We received so many entries that it was very difficult to choose our final 18 performers. Please apply again next year.

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Via BBC.co,uk

 

A trio of young singers are set to perform at this year’s Camp Bestival in the Midlands.

The Stencil Pencils, Indiana, 8, Kale, 12 and Johnson, 13, use their songs to raise awareness about autism and disabilities.

Kale has been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome which prompted the band to promote diversity and inclusion through their music.

They are billed to perform in the Big Top at Weston Park on Friday.

Known as TSP, the youngsters join artists such as Rudimental, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Primal Scream for the three-day festival.

They have been dubbed as “the world’s youngest autism band”, their father John said.

 

 

The idea for a band formed in 2020 when teachers set the siblings a homework project to write a poem or song about the pandemic.

They went on to perform around their town, Milton Keynes, before appearing on ITV’s Scrambled show that year, and auditioning for Britain’s Got Talent in February.

“They are extremely excited and are elated that they have been chosen to do it,” John said ahead of their Shropshire performance.

More than 100 activities are on offer at Camp Bestival including a silent disco, a roller disco, yoga sessions, a craft village and wild swimming.

 

Our next Autism’s got Talent is on October 14th at Mermaid Theatre Blackfriars.

Tickets available now

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Congratulations to all the acts chosen to perform at this years Autism’s Got Talent!

 

We’ve had submissions from all over the world and after a long and difficult process, we have finally picked 18 talented acts to perform at the Mermaid Theatre in October 2023. We’re delighted to announce those acts will be as follows:

 

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Henry Bradshaw 

Isla McManus 

Poppy Pandit 

Oscar Bugaev 

Shay Marie Ellis 

Abrianna Holmes 

Finlay Minnis 

Alanna Barry

Casper Mason 

Nath Trevett 

Fred Tennant 

Zach Brookes 

Kian Butler 

Skye Richards 

Colin Brennan

Joey Chike

Atypical with Attitude

Pineapple Performing Arts supporting Autism’s Got Talent

 

 

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The stage awaits you…

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If you were not successful this time, it is no reflection on you or your Talent. We received so many entries that it was very difficult to choose our final 18 performers. Please apply again next year.

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