Len Goodman relaunches Warner Leisure Hotels’ Alvaston Hall with a night of music
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Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman and the National Symphony Orchestra performed at Warner’s Alvaston Hall, Cheshire, to host the Last Night of the Warner Proms
The launch marks a £12.5m investment from Warner Leisure Hotels – the most significant in the group’s history
The development includes 113 additional bedrooms and a new Cabaret Restaurant to host the UK’s top performers including Russell Watson, the Osmonds and Billy Ocean
Celebrity judge Len Goodman, hosted an evening of entertainment at Warner Leisure Hotels’ Alvaston Hall in Cheshire to officially relaunch the hotel to guests.
Marking a £12.5 million investment from Warner Leisure Hotels – the most significant in the group’s history – Warner has built a new Cabaret Restaurant and 113 additional luxury bedrooms to meet consumer demand for British breaks.
The night celebrated the ‘Best of British’ where Len Goodman introduced the National Symphony Orchestra to the stage for a ‘Last Night at the Warner Proms’ led by international conductor, Anthony Inglis and soprano Philippa Healey.
The new Cabaret Restaurant has been built to host West End quality shows outside of London where guests can enjoy performances from some of the world’s biggest stars, such as Russell Watson, the Osmonds and Billy Ocean, as part of Warner’s Star Break packages.
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