Event now set to be an annual fixture in the industry calendar.
The karaoke evening organised by Modest Management's Jane Kennedy is now set to become an annual fixture, after a number of key execs from the licensing business threw their weight behind it.
The first Licensing's Got Talent took place earlier this week (May 22nd), with money being raised for industry charity The Light Fund.
Among those showcasing their 'talents' were Bulldog MD Rob Corney who belted out Delilah; BBC Worldwide's Richard Hollis who declared that Sometimes It's Hard to be a Woman; LIMA UK MD Kelvyn Gardner who sang Mustang Sally; Jane Kennedy and Trevor Jones who dueted on Islands in the Stream; David Aykroyd who treated everyone to You'll Never Walk Alone; and Ashley Savage and Stephen Mills from CPLG who put their own spin on Gold Digger.
Many of the singers were sponsored for their efforts and a well supported raffle also added to the as yet confirmed amount raised.
Kennedy commented: "I knew people would get right behind the event, but didn't realise just how well it would be supported. It was a great fun evening and a brilliant way to give a boost to the Light Fund. Apologies to anyone whose efforts haven't been mentioned, but you know who you are and thank you."