Collabro line up along string of stars at Potters Resort

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The day after winning 'Britain's Got Talent' the band are out enjoying there new found fame. Pictured: Collabro Ref: SPL776499 080614 Picture by: Splash News Splash News and Pictures Los Angeles: 310-821-2666 New York: 212-619-2666 London: 870-934-2666 photodesk@splashnews.com - Credit: Splash News

Five-star Potters Resort at Hopton has announced a string of star acts appearing in 2015.

The year’s Britain’s Got Talent winners, operatic boy band Collabro, will make their debut at the Resort on Sunday, April 12 2015, following their “Collaborator” fans sending their debut album Stars straight to No 1 in the UK album charts.

Heart-throb, singer, presenter, reality TV star and all-round nice guy, Peter Andre returns to Potters on Sunday, April 19 following a sell-out night in 2014.

Billy Ocean is taking to the stage on Sunday, May 10. The legendary performer and songwriter has sold over 30 million records, including When the Going Gets Tough, Love Really Hurts Without You and Caribbean Queen.

Following their sell-out performances in 2014, Potters welcomes back The Overtones for two nights in on Sunday, May 31 and Sunday, July 5. The five-piece vocal harmony group has recorded three UK top 10 albums and will be performing their unique blend of classic ‘50s harmonies with modern pop.


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Other acts during 2015 include cockney legends Chas & Dave on Sunday, July 12 and Björn Again on Friday, July 17.

As well as live evening entertainment in the state-of-the-art Atlas Theatre, followed by dancing and music in the Terrace Bar, One Night Specials include accommodation, a five course dinner with selected wines, a midnight dish, breakfast the following morning, daytime activities and extensive sports and leisure facilities. Prices start from £114 per person.

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For more details, visit www.pottersholidays.com or call 0333 3207 497 to book.

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