Butlin's launch February half term breaks from £9pp a night – with new shows including Masked Singer with celeb guests | The Sun

FAMILIES can get February half term breaks at Butlin's from £9pp per night, including all activities and new shows for 2023.

The first school holiday of 2023 will be when some of the park's brand-new entertainment is showcased at the resort for the first time.

Families will be able to guess who’s behind the mask when The Masked Singer Live takes to the stage at all three resorts.

The show includes special guest celebrity performers and new characters joining classics like Traffic Cone, Sausage and Doughnut.

Guests will also experience two other new Butlin’s productions for the first time.

Festivals Rock, a concert-style celebration of rock legends, past and present will debut during the school break, as will Jukebox Musicals – a musical medley showcasing songs from popular artists and movies that feature in some of the West End’s biggest productions.

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There will also be lots of entertainment to keep the little ones entertained.

There’s a new Skyline Gang and Billy Bear show and the return of Peppa Pig and PJ Masks, with both shows exclusive to Butlin’s.

For the £109 total price, families can enjoy all the new live shows and headline acts, access to pools with rides, slides and rapids, unlimited fairground rides and more.

In 2023 all three resorts – Skegness, Minehead and Bognor Regis – will also be welcoming back star of stage and screen Stephen Mulhern with a brand-new show.

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Meanwhile Skegness will have four new fairground rides and the opening of SKYPARK.

The new £2.5million playground will have six different zones, each with slides, climbing towers and even the longest seesaw in the UK.

In the middle will be the 45ft Tower of Excitement which has panoramic sea views and an illuminated 32ft slide.

Three night February half term breaks featuring the Masked Singer Live start from £106 (£26.50 per person) based on a family of four, or £9pp per night.

Butlin's also claimed to have launched the "best value holiday ever" with families able to get away from just £3pp per night.

The parks have added more of their Showtime breaks for 2023, which include accommodation, unlimited swimming pool access, unlimited fairground rides and live entertainment shows.

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Meanwhile, Butlin's has still got Christmas breaks available for families for this year.

The resort also has announced its Big Weekender adult only shows for 2023.

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