Warner Leisure Hotels has announced a host of new names for its 2014 Star Breaks.


The new acts will include ‘Any Dream Will Do’ winner and star of Westend shows Joseph, Wicked and Legally Blonde, Lee Mead, who will appear on April 11 at Littlecote House Hotel, Berkshire. Britain’s Got Talent finalist and ventriloquist Steve Hewlett will be showing off his talents for the first time with his lively puppet friends for an evening of fun and laughter at Corton Coastal Village, Suffolk on April 25.

Strictly Come Dancing star judge Len Goodman and the Piccadilly Dance Orchestra will be at Littlecote House onJuly 25 where guests will get to re-discover the magical world of Broadway and Hollywood music. Meanwhile, vocal harmony group, The Overtones, will be blending uplifting 50s Motown and doowop with modern pop at Nidd Hall Hotel, North Yorkshire on August 1. Also making an appearance at Nidd Hall on September 5 is TV personality Christopher Biggins.

Guests have the chance to upgrade to Star Break Platinum VIP Experience package for an extra £50 per person on selected breaks. These include the best seats in the house, a bottle of Champagne per couple and the opportunity to meet the stars of the show backstage in the exclusive ‘Green Room Experience’.

Star Breaks cost from £190 per person based on two adults sharing a standard room for a three-night break arriving on April 25 at Corton Coastal Village, Suffolk. It includes Simply Dine (half-board) and features a performance by Steve Hewlett.

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