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COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR OUR GUESTS

WE'RE OPEN! Covid-19 Update: In line with updated advice from the UK Government, from the 14th September we encourage all guests to adhere to the latest guidance and not meet in groups of more than six people* to help protect themselves and each other when visiting our attraction. As a COVID-19 Secure venue we can still host larger numbers in total but groups of up to 6 must not mix or form larger groups. We will continue to monitor Government guidance closely. *Government exemptions are outlined on the gov.uk website.

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Face coverings will now become compulsory for all guests above the age of 11 from from Saturday 8th August. 

 

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Susan Boyle

Susan Boyle

Susan Boyle is a Scottish, Grammy Award nominated singer who shot to fame overnight following her incredible audition on Britain's Got Talent.

Famous Facts

  • Susan was the youngest of eight siblings born into a musical family. At birth she suffered mild brain damage that caused her learning difficulties
  • Before she rocketed to stardom Susan was an unemployed church volunteer who sang mainly in her Catholic church choir and at karaoke nights in local pubs
  • Following on from her Britain's Got Talent success Susan released a number of albums including: I Dreamed a Dream (2009), The Gift (2010), Someone To Watch Over Me (2011), Standing Ovation (2012) and Home for Christmas (2013)

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"Put it this way, a woman who went on Britain’s Got Talent with mad hair, bushy eyebrows and the frock that I was wearing that night had to be noticed. It was a good choice at the time”