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Late Late Toy Show is calling for performers and toy testers

10th Aug 2020

The Late Late Toy Show is accepting applications from performers and toy testers from today 

As a general rule, we don’t like mentioning Christmas during the summer months. However, when it comes to the Late Late Toy Show, we’re more than happy to make an exception.

Once again, the Toy Show is calling for children from all over the country to bring the magic to the Christmas extravaganza.

This year’s show will air in late November and they’re looking for solo singers, choirs, dance troupes and drama groups as well as children who have something to say.

“The Toy Show is in the business of making magic happen,” say the organisers, “so maybe the little dreamer in your life is ready for their dream to come true.”

Children interested in taking part are asked to fill out the application form below and upload a video.

Apply here

Read more: ‘I’m a 24-year-old woman and I’m still envious of the kids who get picked for the Toy Show’

Read more: 12 fun water toys for kids to keep cool this summer


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