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Diversity to perform at new Hopton venue

PUBLISHED: 11:13 14 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:38 03 July 2010

BRITAIN'S Got Talent stars Diversity and Stavros Flatley are set to perform at the new Zest hospitality venue at Potters Leisure Resort at Hopton next month.

BRITAIN'S Got Talent stars Diversity and Stavros Flatley are set to perform at the new Zest hospitality venue at Potters Leisure Resort at Hopton next month.

Dance act Diversity made headlines after winning the third series of the ITV talent show in May after impressing judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan with their choreographed dance routines. Formed in 2007, the troupe from East London and Essex has 11 members aged between 13 and 25, and is led by choreographer and university physics student Ashley Banjo.

Some of the members are still at school or university while the older dancers include an IT systems engineer, bathroom installer and telecoms engineer.

Stavros Flatley is the Greek Cypriot father and son duo Demetrios and Lagi Demetriou, who performed a comedy version of Michael Flatley's Riverdance routine. They dreamed up the act to keep diners entertained at a Greek restaurant owned by Demetrios.

Marc Jones, sales and marketing director at Potters, is delighted the two acts were to perform at Potters.

He said: “We were particularly pleased we were able to get Diversity because they are in great demand and they are great acts and will provide great special guests on the evening.”

Stavros Flatley will perform on December 21 and Diversity the following night at Zest.

Tickets at £79 for Stavros Flatley and £89 for Diversity, include one night's accommodation and five course dinner and can be booked by calling 0845 4379890.


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