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Singer Jane McDonald is set to kick off her UK tour at Potters Resort, Norfolk

Jane McDonald is kicking off her UK tour at Potters Resort, Hopton, later this month. Jane McDonald is kicking off her UK tour at Potters Resort, Hopton, later this month.

Tuesday, March 4, 2014
11:40 AM

Singer and entertainer Jane McDonald is bringing her new concert tour to Potters Resort, Hopton, later this month.

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The former Loose Women panellist, is set to kick off her 34-date tour at the popular Norfolk venue on Sunday March 23.

The show shares its name with her new album, The Singer of Your Song, and is billed as “an exciting and emotionally charged evening of music and laughter.”

It showcases the album - her first for six years - comprising 14 tracks including classics such as, The Rose, We’ve Got Tonight and I’ve Never Been To Me.

She said: “I’m delighted to be back at Potters again. I truly wish they had 50 more. I’m thrilled to be trying out some of our brand show for the first time.”

John Potter managing director at Potters Resort, said: “Jane McDonald is a big favourite at Potters and she never fails to put on a show to remember.” Potters Resort is the first five star holiday village in the UK and was last year voted one of the UK’s Top Hotels in TripAdvisors Traveller’s Choice Awards.

To see Jane McDonald live, fans can either choose to book a dinner and show in the Black Rock Restaurant or book a one night stay via 0844 346 0284.



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