VARIETY BREAK DEVERE EAST SUSSEX NATIONAL .
Situated in Uckfield, East Sussex National is in a rural location and close to East Sussex National Golf Club, Bentley Wildfowl and Motor Museum, and West Park Nature Reserve. Additional area attractions include Sheffield Park Garden and Piltdown Golf Club.
Set in 1100 acres of English countryside, 40 minutes from Gatwick and close to several major transport routes, makes travelling to East Sussex National a breeze. We can’t think of anywhere more conducive to a relaxing, awe inspiring Variety Break than right here in this glorious setting.
This magnificent multi-facility complex is set over three levels, the hotel is spacious but with a level of intimacy that will appeal to those who prefer the personal touch.
Add to this the impeccable customer service, uncompromising standards of luxury and the many facilities on offer at East Sussex National and you have a venue suited for all your needs. As soon as you set foot into the magnificent reception, you know you’re in for a stay that’s very special.and the Variety Break arranged by Alan arnison Entertainment was one such special occasion.
The Variety Break started on the Monday and went through until the Friday. Their host and hostess for the 4 day Variety Break were Lorrie and Gary Birtles who met the guests as they arrived.
During the day the guests were taken on several outings, but at the night time, after dinner the variety break started with different entertainment each night provided by Ala narnison Entertainments.
The first night of the variety break Gary and Lorrie really got to know the guests with an informal quiz, followed by Lorrie performing some of the more popular songs from the great musicals of the moment and finishing off with dancing.
The second night of the variety break it was the turn of comedy with the ever popular comedian Simon Sands.
whose comedy is of the old school with no bad language or blue material which was ideal for this Variety Break .
The Third night it was the turn of the ever popular tribute act and Alan Arnison Entertainments provided one of the best which was a tribute the Vera Lynn .
The final night of the Variety break was the turn of the versatile duo “Heaven” who sang a selection of tunes from the 50s/60s/70s in their own special way. Not only did they have the people singing along, but the dance floor was packed until the end of the night. Once again Alan Arnison Entertainments ( www.alanarnisonentertainments .com ) put on a superb Variety Break with the help of a great venue.