Ella Tregurtha, Deanna Kelly and Thea Milburn are ready for the Assumption College Talent Quest tonight.
Ella Tregurtha, Deanna Kelly and Thea Milburn are ready for the Assumption College Talent Quest tonight. Erin Smith

Talented students show they have the A-Factor

MOVE over X-Factor and Australia's Got Talent and make way for the official launch of A-Factor at the Warwick Town Hall tonight.

More than 17 acts, featuring students from Assumption College, will take to the stage singing, dancing and acting.

There will also be an artwork display.

Assumption College teacher Kristy Liesegang helped organise the event.

"We have three professional judges coming from Brisbane," she said.

"It is going to be fantastic.

"It is a great opportunity to showcase Assumption College and what the students can do.

"The kids are all excited."

Winning students will not be granted recording contracts like the popular TV series but they will receive trophies and cash prizes.

Everyone is invited to attend the show and tickets can still be purchased from the school office for $5 each or $20 for a family.

Tickets will be available from the door on the night.

The live audience is asked to arrive at 6pm for a 6.30pm start.

Refreshments will be available throughout the night.



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