Scenes from the Corn Exchange. Pictures: Kevin Elfleet.

Around three acts could be heading to the next round of the Britain’s Got Talent auditions.

Thirty-two hopefuls took to the stage at the Corn Exchange in King’s Lynn on Tuesday evening for the popular ITV show’s regional auditions.

Television producers watched as a variety of acts performed which included singers, dancers and impressionists.

Corn Exchange manager Phillip Bayfield said: “There were six acts they really liked and they said three of them have a real possibility of making it through.

“No one is told if they have got through or not, the producers take the videos to London and then they make a decision.”

Successful acts will then be in with a chance of securing a place at one of the  auditions before the judges next year.

He added the 550 audience members enjoyed the show, which was hosted by KL.FM’s Simon Rowe.

“It was a brilliant night and the atmosphere was electric,” said Mr Bayfield.

“The producers loved the venue and said they want to come back again next year.”