MEET singer Rosie Jordan, 13, who will be strutting her stuff at the Search for a Star talent contest in aid of Cudeca on Sunday.
Along with three other finalists, Rosie is competing for a €500 cash prize as part of the Hot Talent Show at the Teatro Ciudad, hosted by Marbella Stage School.
Two singers, plus a dancer and a dance troupe from Gibraltar have managed to make it to the final out of dozens of entries.
The Olive Press is pleased to have stumped up half the prize money in order to support local talent as well as the work of Benalmadena’s cancer hospice.
It’s sure to be a great occasion, with a full evening of entertainment provided by students from Marbella Stage School.
Tickets (€10) are available from Marbella Stage School on 952 906 865 or from the theatre box office on Sunday.
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