The nation’s favourite talent show is hitting the road once again on its search to find talented acts for a brand-new series of BAFTA award winning, Britain’s Got Talent.

This year, the BGT team is coming to Swansea, so if you think you’ve got a talent which can impress and entertain, now is the time to show us what you’ve got.

Auditions will be taking place on Saturday, December 14, at Swansea Grand Theatre between 10am and 5pm.

All potential hopefuls need to do is head down on the day and audition.

Successful acts will then be in with a chance of securing a place at one of the judges’ auditions in 2020.

The show is open to any performer of any age, with any talent - all you need is a skill and star quality which you think will impress. Anything goes from magicians to comedians, drag acts to singers and acrobats to animal stars.

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Executive producer Charlie Irwin said: “Britain’s Got Talent 2019 was another fantastic series showcasing the best talent and variety from all over the UK. Colin Thackery triumphed, becoming the oldest ever winner of BGT proving the point - whatever age you are, or what talent you have – anything is possible. Whether you’re an acrobat, comedian, a dancer or even a puppet - we can’t wait to see what talent the public will bring in 2020. Anyone can apply - there is no age limit and we are looking for all kinds of talents. So, if you feel you have something special to show us, no matter what it is, then make sure you apply, you never know where it might take you.”

Series 13 winner Colin Thackery said: “Since winning Britain’s Got Talent my life has been turned upside down.

“I have signed a record deal, recorded an album and am in the process of writing a book. I have met so many wonderful people since auditioning, received so many kind messages and have lost count how many times people have taken my photograph.

“Signing up to BGT was one of, if not, the best decision I ever made.”

Among the show’s successes, Susan Boyle has sold more than 25 million records worldwide.