Today we reveal the amazing acts who have reached the final stages of our Times Talent competition in association with Foodhub.

Over the last few weeks, our readers have wowed us with the high standard of entries to the competition which will see one winner walk away with a prize of £1,000 while our runner-up will win £350. Finally a third place prize of £150 is up for grabs.

Now we are reopening the voting for our top 20 finalists who received an incredible number of votes from our readers to reach this stage.

You can watch them show off their talent below then vote for your favourite by using the coupon printed in the newspaper everyday until Saturday, May 1.

You will then have until Thursday, May 6 at 10 am to return your vote to us before we announce our winner.

Times Talent has been sponsored by one of the UK’s biggest delivery platforms Foodhub and all our finalists will be printed in today's Glasgow Times. 

CEO Adrian Mula said: “If the last year of lockdown has shown us anything, it’s that having strong relationships with the rest of your community is essential.

“The Times Talent competition is perfect as its served to bring the people of Glasgow closer to one another, showcasing the incredible local talent on offer in the region and encouraging people to literally put their best foot forward and share their skills with the community.

“We’re proud to have offered our support throughout the competition, helping to bring the community together after what’s been an incredibly difficult year for everyone in Glasgow.”

He added: “In every city that we operate in, giving back to the community is essential. You can’t truly claim to support business in a region without going the extra mile – that means donating to local charities, supporting local organisations and getting involved with local projects. The Times Talent is just the first of what will be many Glasgow projects as we look to expand our offering in the city.”

Foodhub was launched in 2017 by best friends Ardian Mula and Mohammed Shakil. Despite only being around for a few years, the business now has over 20,000 partners across the UK and is constantly expanding into new markets across the globe.

Ardian said: “For customers in Glasgow, ordering a takeaway through Foodhub means you can save on average 15%, when compared to buying one through another takeaway delivery app. The simple reason for this is that it’s less expensive for takeaways and restaurants to work with Foodhub, and we encourage this saving to be passed on to the customer.

“Foodhub is the only large takeaway platform in the UK not to charge commission per order, whereas other brands charge between 15-30%, which can have a massive effect on profit for independent brands.

“Instead of this model, Foodhub wants to support its partners by charging a fixed monthly fee, making the cost much more manageable in the long run and giving the partner more scope to expand without worrying about a relentless commission.

“As well as being a big plus for the businesses themselves, we encourage our partners to pass the money saved by the lack of commission to their customers, which results in 15% cheaper prices.”

So, if you want to support local Glasgow businesses and save some cash at the same time, make sure you download our app and order through Foodhub. Don’t forget to use the discount code GTIMES5 for £5 off your first order.

*Code is a £5 discount for new customers only, one per customer. The minimum order is £15 but restaurant partners may have their own minimum order value. Limited to Glasgow region only. The code expires on 31st May 2021.

Foodhub partners with over 200 takeaways and restaurants in Glasgow, both in and around the city centre. To find your local takeaway, simply add your postcode into the app or website.