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Best of the 60s, 70s & Motown Spring Seaside Party at Warner Norton Grange
4 days, 13th March 2020, from £279 per person
Mud II features ex-members of Les Gray’s Mud, keeping alive legendary hits like Tiger Feet, Dynamite, Cat Crept In, Oh Boy, Rocket, Lonely This Christmas and more. Still wearing the original drape coats, drainpipes and brothel creepers, the band perfectly evokes the late 60s and early 70s and the music is sharper than ever.
Marty Wilde‘s career took off after he was discovered singing in a Soho club by impressario Larry Parnes. His big breakthrough came with the release of Endless Sleep, which entered the UK charts in June 1958, reaching number 4 and staying for 14 weeks. His follow-up was Donna, Written by Ritchie Valens, whichj went one better, peaking at number 3 early in 1959 and staying in the top 50 for four months. Marty’s chart progress continued with Teenager in Love which reached number two in the UK. The hits then followed one after another with Sea of Love, Bad Boy, Jezebel and many more. When music shows like ‘Oh Boy‘ appeared on British TV, Marty became a smash hit. He has continued touring with his band, The Wildcats, and still plays to packed audiences to this day. A true British Rock and Roll icon.
Multi-talented multi-instrumentalist Glen Leon has played the guitar from the age of nine with his vocal talents coming shortly after. He became a professional musician at the age of 16. For the last 15 Years Glen has performed with The Soul Survivors and the 60s band New Amen Corner ,who are going from strength to strength appearing at home and abroad in theatres everywhere. Glen can also be seen performing solo in his Tom Jones act where his vocal range truly evokes the Welsh legend.
Memories of the 4 Tops are the ultimate Soul and Motown group who present a stunning floorshow of an extensive repertoire of hits from the legendary Four Tops. Featuring outstanding vocal harmonies and pulsating choreography, the group also perform a unique blend of classic R’n’B, Stax, Motown and Soul including classic hits from the Temptations, Stevie Wonder, The Drifters and more. This classy act have been wowing audiences all over the UK and Internationally with their energetic and evocative performance that guarantees a fantastic evening of music.
Warner Norton Grange
The journey to the Isle of Wight is a pleasure in itself with a relaxing short cruise across the Solent from the Portsmouth, Lymington or Southampton. During the crossing, you can sit back and take in the lovely views as the south coast recedes into the distance and the picturesque Isle of Wight coast gets ever closer. Once on the island, the journey takes in picturesque countryside before arriving at Warner’s Norton Grange resort.
There are plenty of activities to keep you on your toes at Norton Grange, from pitch ‘n‘ putt, a bike ride or enjoy or archery to a swim in the indoor pool followed by a sauna.
You can rely on Warner‘s quality hallmark for good food and you will enjoy a hearty breakfast – or something lighter to suit your taste – and a full three-course dinner served at your table in the Castaways restaurant.
Relax in your comfy chalet, situated in single story terraces near the main entertainment and restaurant complex. Every chalet is looked after by a team of housekeepers who ensure they are clean and tidy with fresh linen and towels.
Standard chalet – £279pp – check-in from 3pm
Standard include en-suite bathroom, toiletries, hairdryer, central heating, tea & coffee making facilities & biscuits, TV & radio. There is a choice of single, twin & double-bedded chalets.
Premier chalet – £309pp – check-in from 2pm
Classy furnishings, extra space, still & sparkling water and iron & ironing board are the extra finishing touches in Norton Grange’s highest chalet grade.
Garden Suite – £339pp – check-in from 1pm
They’re sleek and contemporary with a hint of a nautical theme giving a nod to their prime coastal location.