Y.E.S. (Youth Entertainment Showcase) - The Show Must Go On!

Updated: Apr 7

DUE TO COVID-19 WE HAVE HAD TO POSTPONE THE LIVE EVENT. HOWEVER WE WILL BE HOSTING A FUN PACKED RADIO SHOW ON 7TH APRIL AT 7PM ON RIVERSIDE RADIO.

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Providence House is excited to be showcasing some local emerging Young Talent. The evening will be bursting with a diverse range of talent. Including Bands, Dancers, Solo Singers, Rappers and other surprises. All brought together for one night to entertain you and to inspire the next generation of talent.








So what do we have in store for you, I hear you ask? Well, the show will be hosted by Remel London with lots of performances from local young people.


But more importantly let me introduce you to the young people on the Y.E.S. Committee. The Committee worked hard forming the ideas and concepts for the showcase.


Chloe Marlow


I am 22 years old and graduated in events management in 2019 . I have a passion for running events and am always excited to work on new projects with new people!














Glen Trevis

My name is Glen Trevis also known as Midas a producer and DJ from London. Ive been producing for just over a year with the name Midas coming from my ability to turn artists work into gold records. I started as a singer and performer before i realised how much i enjoyed working behind the scenes, especially working with young artists mentoring them to be the best perfomers they can be. I specialise in working with Rock bands, Rap artists and Soul singers. My biggest inspirations are Mark Ronson, Fatboy Slim and Freddie Mercury.


Sydney Sylvah


Sydney has hosted events at City Hall and Houses of Parliament and works at Battersea arts centre as Assistant to the directors as well as a producer for The Agency. SYDNEY is also a facilitator and runs DIY skincare workshops with community groups.





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