BUTLIN'S has announced their latest line up of entertainment for the summer, featuring a range of performers from X Factor and Britain's Got Talent.
The shows will be performed at the holiday park's new 860-seat indoor entertainment venue ‘Studio 36’, which have opened at all three of the resorts – Bognor Regis, Skegness and Minehead.
X Factor winner Ben Haenow will perform in the new Reality All-Stars show this summer, along with fellow winner Matt Cardle and Fleur East.
Also joining will be Britain's Got Talent winners Twist & Pulse, Jon Courtenay and Diversity with exclusive shows at Butlin’s during the school holidays.
Mike Godolphin, entertainment director at Butlin’s said: "We’ve got lots of new incredible acts performing at Butlin’s for the first time and we can’t wait to have Ben singing on our stage during the school holidays."
Younger guests can enjoy performances including an exclusive Peppa Pig mini show, PJ Masks and The Little Mermaid pantomime.
Families heading to Butlin's this year will find a number of new rules and restrictions due to Covid.
Guests will now check in via a drive-through instead of physically checking in, and can pre-book restaurants, cafes and swimming sessions through the Butlin's app.
However, all of the attractions and pools are open, with capacity restrictions and one-way systems.
Families who want to book a trip to Butlin's are also covered by their new Butlin's Promise.
This includes "no-quibble refunds" if the trip has to be cancelled due to government restrictions or you no longer feel safe to visit, as well as free date changes three days before travelling and £10 deposits.
Off-peak breaks start from £155 while peak season breaks start from £275, and you can already book in breaks for Christmas and February 2022 half term.
Holidays in the UK can go ahead, including hotel stays and group holidays, although all restrictions are yet to be lifted.
Current rules only allow groups of six people to go on holiday, or from two households.
Here are some of the best UK deals for July which you can still book.
Source: Read Full Article