The Voice is coming to the University of Southampton

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The Voice UK is looking for young, talented singers and they’ve brought the opportunity to join the hit BBC show to University of Southampton students. Series 5 of the show is looking to grab even more talented people for the experience and you can be a part of it.

On Wednesday 20th May a member from the Voice UK team will be in the Clubs and Societies room on level 2 of building 42 (aka the SUSU building) from 11am to see what talent Southampton has to offer.

To come and meet the team simply email amy.green@walltowall.co.uk to book a timeslot. Spaces are of course limited and what better way to audition than on familiar turf. Applicants under 18 must bring a parent or guardian with them.

This follows 2015 series 4 where Stevie McCrorie was crowned the winner of The Voice UK, beating fellow finalists Lucy O’Byrne, Emmanuel Nwamadi and Sasha Simone to the title during tonight’s April 4 live final. His debut single ‘Lost Stars‘ peaked at number 6 in the UK charts but got to number 1 in Scotland.

This is the perfect opportunity for budding singer/songwriters of Southampton and even further afield to get themselves out there and recognised on national television. This format may suit you more than X Factor which is currently auditioning in West Quay and of course can be accessed on Campus.

To apply directly for the Voice UK go to www.bbc.co.uk/thevoiceuk. You must be 16 or over by the 17th of June and have the right to live and work in the UK. 

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