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Stayin’ Alive, The Graduates, Joey & The Jivers, Jimmy James & The Vagabonds, Tameka Jackson as Diana Ross and Chris Nott as David Essex take star billing at our Seaside Party at Norton Grange on the Isle of Wight. With its pretty location overlooking the Solent and the island’s laid-back atmosphere, this weekend is ideal for an early spring getaway.


  • Free Drinks every evening
  • Superb Live Entertainment every night for 3 nights
  • Over 40s Only


  • Free drinks from 6pm to midnight every night – house beers & spirits, wine by the glass, pumped soft drinks & pumped mixers
  • 3 dinners and 3 breakfasts
  • Live nightly entertainment
  • 3 nights en-suite chalet – upgrade available
  • Free car ferry
  • Free parking


05/03/21 – £299pp – CN3-3

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Bringing on Back the 60s & 70s Seaside Party at Warner Norton Grange

4 days, 5th March 2021, from £299 per person


Winners of the National Tribute Awards in 2013, 2016 and 2017, Stayin Alive are recognised as the UK’s top Bee Gees Tribute. They re-create the most accurate portrayal of the Brothers Gibb, covering hits from all decades. Their uncanny resemblance has to seen to be believed, and has gained them the respect of many fans.

Joey and The Jivers are a fabulous 4-piece 50s and 60s band will have you toe-tapping and hand-clapping along to this as they play all the greatest hits of the Rock n Roll era with bags of infectious energy. Fronted by talented, electrifying piano playing Joe, the band also had lead and bass guitarists and an amazing Guinness World Record breaking drummer. Between them, the band have already distinguished music careers behind them and they pride themselves on delivering a dynamic set of songs from the 50s and 60s with authentic sounds, feels and emotions.

The Graduates are reviving the 60s music in venues across Britain and Europe. With their wide set of material, Their aim is to bring the happy times and happy songs to their audience, From artists such as Hermans Hermits, Union Gap, Andy Williams, The Shadows, Glen Campbell and more.

Jimmy James started his musical career, composing and singing, at the age of 16. His first successful single Bewildered and Blue was followed by another self penned hit Come to Me Softly which has become his signature song. In 1964 he was asked to join as the lead singer with one of Jamaicas leading bands The Vagabonds and together they left Jamaica for what was to be a six month tour of the UK. The outfit became so popular that they decided to extend the tour and ended as UK residents. From 1965 to 1968 the band headlined at The Marquee in Wardour Street, London. In 1966 The Vagabonds recorded their now legendary album The New Religion which established them as the most sought after working band in the UK. Jimmy’s recording of Neil Diamond s Red, Red Wine in 1969, taken from the Vagabond second album Open up your Soul gave them their first commercial hit record. Jimmy recently performed at the Barbican Concert Hall for the BBC on their Soul Britannia series. Jimmy continues to play to full houses on the cabaret circuit and one of the hardest working singers in show business.

Tameka Jackson’s performance as Diana Ross will truly take any audience back in time as they soak in the classic hits from one of Motown’s original stars. From the Supremes classics, to Diana’s solo ventures, Tameka covers a wide range of Diana Ross’ material flawlessly, with a clear respect and admiration for Diana’s work, talent and career. Tameka’s tribute leaves audiences cheering, dancing, and wanting more.

Chris Nott is well known on the 70s music circuit as the best David Essex tribute, which began in 1999 on the TV show ‘Stars in Their Eyes’ to an audience of 10 million viewers. His tribute is a total lookalike and soundalike of the legendary 70s sex symbol.

Warner Norton Grange

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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.
Good food
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 – £299pp – 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 – £329pp – 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 – £379pp – check-in from 1pm
They’re sleek and contemporary with a hint of a nautical theme giving a nod to their prime coastal location.

What Our Customers Say

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