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Friday, 2 April 2010

More Strictly Come Dancing stars appearing

DANCE fans are in for a double treat after Warner Leisure Hotels have added some extra names to their Strictly Come Dancing Experience Breaks – giving fans even more chance to see their favourite Strictly stars up close and personal.

A number of additional dancers have been added to a schedule of dates that is already proving irresistible for many Strictly fans - who are putting on their sequins and enjoying all the glitz and glamour of the unique Strictly Come Dancing Experience three and four night breaks.

Darren Bennett and Lilia Kopylova will be at the magnificent Grade-I listed Thoresby Hall Hotel near Sherwood Forest for the evening of Friday May 21st – an extra treat for fans booking a three night weekend break that features Strictly stars Camilla Dallerup and Mark Foster.

Karen Hardy and Craig Revel Horwood will be at beautiful Littlecote House Hotel, Berkshire, for a four-night midweek break beginning April 26th – and will be joined by Vincent and Flavia during the evening of April 26th.

And Anton Du Beke and Erin Boag will appear on June 14th at Nidd Hall, near Harrogate – providing an added bonus for Strictly fans booking the four night midweek break starring Camilla and Mark.

‘We’re thrilled,’ say Warner, ‘Our guests are loving the Strictly Come Dancing Breaks but the extra appearances will make these three dates even more special.’

The holidays offer a unique opportunity to see the Strictly dancers perform some of their own impressive dance routines at the hotel. The Strictly stars also take part in photo sessions with guests and reveal some of their secrets from the show in a ‘question and answer’ session.

Dresses and costumes from the hit BBC One TV programme are also on display and are available to try on, hire or even buy. The breaks include a range of dance classes with top international dancers and the chance to enter a dance competition judged by the audience and the Strictly stars.

Prices for the three or four night breaks, which take place at five historic Warner Leisure Hotels over the next four months, start at £339 and include the full ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ experience as well as dinner, bed and breakfast and a range of leisure opportunities.

The Strictly Come Dancing themed short breaks were launched recently by Warner Leisure Hotels in an exclusive collaboration with BBC Worldwide. The partnership with Warner’s is the first of its kind for the Strictly Come Dancing brand.

For more information visit www.warnerleisurehotels.co.uk/strictly-come-dancing or call 0800 048 2879.

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