An evening of music, magic and dance is in store when the curtain goes up for North London's Got Talent 2019.

Today the line-up for the live-talent show, now in its fourth year, has been announced.

The North London Hospice event, which raises thousands of pounds towards patient care in Barnet, Enfield and Haringey, will be held at the Finchley

arts depot on February 2.

Eleven acts will battle it out to impress the panel of five judges from the worlds of art and entertainment in a bid to win the coveted glitter ball


For the first time this year the audience will be able to vote for their favourite act in our 'Audience Choice' award.

To come and watch North London's Got Talent 2019 and support your local hospice

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The 2019 Line-Up:

  • The youngest performer is just nine-years old - Saavan Bhatt from Friern Barnet came second in his school talent show last year.
  • 10-year-old solo performers Isla Slane and Ava Adams are sure to melt hearts with their renditions of songs from Les Misérables and Elton John.
  • Joel Brahams is passionate about the Eurovision Song Contest and has an unusual amount of emotion in his voice for a boy of just 10.
  • North London Hospice cared for Ellie Morrow's mum until she passed away in 2018 so the 14-year-old will be dancing in her memory when she takes to the stage.
  • Ellie said: “Throughout the difficult times North London Hospice stepped into support me and my family.“I am so pleased to show my gratitude by raising money, which I hope will support the many other families going through similar struggles.

“I'll also fulfil my own ambition of taking part in this event and making my mum proud.”

  • Three teenage music and dance groups will also be taking to the stage.
  • Five-piece rock band Roycroft will be performing an original track called 'Don’t Stop', while Finchley Steel Orchestra are returning for a third year to try to win with their Caribbean Steel Pan Drums.
  • Dance troupe Impel Elite from Friern Barnet School will take to the stage with a performance called The Paternal Memoir.