A TALENTED young saxophonist will be dazzling music-lovers at the Autism’s Got Talent Roadshow.

Andre Adams, from Winsford, will take part in the hit West End production, which celebrates diversity and talent in those on the autism spectrum and is on a tour of the country.

He successfully beat a host of talented competition to bag a place in the show, which features singers, dancers, magicians and musicians.

The show is touring to Merseyside after seven successful years wowing audiences in London, and Wirral-based charity Autism Together is partnering with Anna Kennedy Online to bring it to the North-West.

Autism Together called for performers to send in their audition videos from January, and has since been inundated with applicants.

The 10 chosen acts will perform at the Floral Pavilion in New Brighton on November 23.

Andre has previously won community talent competitions and inspired the ‘Andre Adams Music Award’ at his former primary school to encourage children to take up learning music.

Mum Tracy said: “As parents of Andre we waited years for him to talk, and it wasn’t until he found music that he found his voice.

“Andre was ecstatic when he found out he was chosen to take part in Autism’s Got Talent and has been busy practicing since. Look out world, Andre is coming!”.

Robin Bush, CEO of Autism Together, added: “We’re really excited to have Andre on-board at the Autism’s Got Talent roadshow.

“Andre and the other acts are all proof that, when it comes to talent, there is nothing that can stop you chasing your dreams. Everyone should be given the chance to shine regardless of disability and we can’t wait to see him and the 19 other acts perform in November.”

Andre was diagnosed with autism at the age of 10 while he was a pupil at Huxley Primary School near Tarporley. He now attends Hartford CoE High School.