Collabro and Peter Andre headlining at Potters Resort

PUBLISHED: 10:32 13 March 2015 | UPDATED: 10:32 13 March 2015

The day after winning 'Britain's Got Talent' the band are out enjoying there new found fame.
Pictured: Collabro
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The day after winning 'Britain's Got Talent' the band are out enjoying there new found fame.

Pictured: Collabro

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Picture by: Splash News

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Potters Resort has two celebrity acts visiting this April, with 2014 Britain’s Got Talent winners Collabro and heart-throb Peter Andre headlining their own one night specials.

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Operatic boy band Collabro are taking to the stage on Sunday, April 12, their first Norfolk performance, 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 Resort on Sunday, April 19 following a sell-out night in 2014. This is the only confirmed date for Peter Andre to perform in Norfolk in 2015 to date.

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 comfortable accommodation, a five-course dinner with selected wines, a midnight dish, breakfast the following morning, daytime activities and extensive sports and leisure facilities.

Prices for One Night Special breaks start from £114 per person.

For details visit or call 0333 3207497 to book.

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