Pam Wett and Rory Wilde joined forces in 1993. For the past 12 years they have been the resident duo for several Shearings Holidays hotels, entertaining guests in Newquay and Torquay, as well as Whitby where they still entertain guests at the Royal Hotel.

Guests are entertained with various shows, as well as music which they can dance along to. Both Pam and Rory are great vocalists and mimics with their ultimate tribute show, which features stars such as Roy Orbison, Elvis Presley, Elton John, Tom Jones, Dusty Springfield, Shirley Bassey, Lulu, Tina Turner, Dolly Parton

Our story...

Pamela Wett

Pam started dancing at the age of three and worked her way through stage school earning numerous awards. After leaving school at the age of 15, Pam went straight into show business as a dancer, but soon realised that she had more to offer than just being a chorus girl.

Pam decided to break out and go solo, so she developed her own cabaret show consisting of singing, dancing and comedy. She worked with many stars during this time including Frankie Vaughan, Lulu, Jimmy Tarbuck and Ted Rogers; her first work abroad came at the age of 17, entertaining US troops on base in Germany, Italy and Turkey. At one time cruises were a large part of her career.

One highlight of Pam's career was appearing on TV's 'New Faces' where she came second, Jim Davidson won. After moving to Spain in 1984 she opened her own bar in which she entertained; it was here that Pam met her partner - Rory Wilde. Pam and Rory have been together as Wett 'n' Wilde for 16 years, and have been entertaining

Rory Wilde

London born Rory started his musical career at the age of 15, after joining one of the first rock and roll bands in the country - The Earthquakers. From there Rory formed his own band - Rory and the Wildecats; together they worked the rock 'n' roll circuit with stars such as Emile Ford and the Checkmates, Johnny Kidd and the Pirates, Gene Vincent and Tommy Bruce to name but a few.

Rory also worked in the same band as Albert Hammond and played with Denny Laine from Wings; most of the Wildcats went on to become a well known recording group - The Wild Angels. Rory then joined Tony Crombie's Rockets, backing and touring with Wee Willie Harris all over the UK as well as Europe. He then went on to join a rock group called Putney Bridge, together they released several records on the Chapter label. After that Rory moved to Spain where he starred in his own night club - Casanoras; during this time he starred in the BBC's Songs of Praise from Benidorm Beach. The highlight of both Rory and Pam's careers was when they received three week bookings to work in the Hotel San Remo, Las Vegas over a course of three years.