Six festive activities to do as a family
Family

Christmas is nearly here and between decking the halls, present buying and wrapping, it’s the perfect season to enjoy time together as a family. Here’s six activities to do with your family over the Christmas period… Decorate a gingerbread house –decorate a house which you can then have in the…

Your guide to the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Championships
Topical

Between Friday 11th and Sunday 27th January 2019, we are once again welcoming the world to Hopton-on-Sea as we roll out our famous blue carpet to host the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Championships. The highlight of the indoor bowls calendar, we will be hosting bowls biggest tournament for the…

Celebrating 40 years of showbiz with ‘Dangerous Brian’
Entertainment

It’s a puppet! The one and only Brian Conley is set to return to the Atlas Theatre in 2020, and to celebrate we’ve put together a profile on the multi-talented entertainer and asked him about his return to Potters… How does it feel returning to Potters Resort again? I used to come on holiday here…

 Potters Resort calls for bowls emoji ahead of the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Championships
News From Resort

We know so many of you love playing and watching bowls, so we have submitted a proposal to the Unicode Consortium, the group that decides on new emojis, for a new bowls emoji to be added! Whilst there are emojis in a variety of sports, including golf, curling and martial arts, bowls is currently…

Talking costumes, 70,000 rhinestones and essential kit with Martin from wardrobe
Meet The Team

Martin Frost is the head of wardrobe for Potters Theatre Company and our theatrical design consultant. As part of his role, he oversees the wardrobe department and makes sure that the Company look dazzling on stage, and that their costumes make you go wow. We caught up with him for a chat… Your…

A Brief History of Bowls

A Brief History of Bowls
Topical

Henry VIII (better known for making heads roll rather than woods) tried to make the sport more regal in 1511, by banning anyone other than the rich from playing as he claimed that the working classes were spending more time playing than they were working. Henry VIIIA further act passed in 1541, and…