Talent Xposition hailed a success

A showcase of Caymanian talent has been hailed as a success by organisers and attendees. 

The event took place at the Harquail Theatre on Sunday, 24 June and featured performances from a multitude of performers working in the fields of dance, singing, poetry and acting. 

Camelia Miller of Youth Flex Radio Show was there and she said that every performance was “a thriller”. 

“This was a great way for young upcoming musical talents to showcase their very best to the standing room only sold out crowd. Everyone worked really hard on each of their pieces and the results turned out astounding. 

“Many came out on top in their beautiful embellished attire, some performers had the audience’s eyes and the cheers were endless. Young little Lebron McLean did a terrific job dancing on stage and so did the rest of the dance from Kri Performing Arts School,” she said. 


Tricky piece 

Ms Miller added that Dru Bodden surprised the crowd with “an amazing number, which was quite a tricky piece”. 

“James Geary, who is a pianist and also a singer, got the crowd going with his original piece called Fly Away. Ashley Ebanks did an original piece also, but hers was vocals and some guitar.  

“Those were just a few names of some of the great talents we have [in Cayman]. The show was truly awesome and should not have been missed by anyone. I am glad that I was there,” Ms Miller said. 

The 11th Talent Xposition of the Arts was presented by the New Self Help Community Foundation. 

XPO dancers

Dancers enjoyed their time on stage at the Talent Xposition. – Photo: Submitted