Evening Entertainment

2018 Host and Comedian to be confirmed shortly


2017 Host - Jenni Falconer

 Jenni made her TV debut in 1994 and has been presenting a variety of shows ever since. She currently hosts Heart FM’s Early Breakfast show 6 days a week and writes a monthly health and fitness column for Your Fitness magazine.

Jenni joined GMTV, where she anchored Entertainment Today with Ben Shephard until 2008. This led to Jenni becoming a regular face in the film industry, presenting movie specials for ITV1 and hosting red carpet premieres in Leicester Square. She’s guest presented This Morning, is an occasional presenter in This Morning's interactive "hub" and has stood in for Lorraine on ITV1.

Travel is a big passion for Jenni and she has filmed features for BBC1′s Holiday programme, going on to co-host the ITV1 series How to Holiday and regular travel features for GMTV. In addition to this, Jenni has presented several series of the successful Channel 5 property series, Fantasy Homes by the Sea. She’s also been a regular face of The National Lottery.

Jenni’s competitive streak saw her win BBC1′s show-jumping reality series Only Fools on Horses for Sport Relief. She transformed into Ring Master of the Big Top when she hosted the live TV show, Cirque de Celebrité for Sky1. As a keen health and fitness fanatic, she hosted the marathon and   triathlon TV specials for Channel 4.



2017 Comedian - Justin Moorhouse


With a larger than life personality and cheeky northern charm, Justin has built a reputation as a talented and likeable stand-up comedian on the live circuit. After coming second in the BBC New Talent Awards in 2001 he was soon supporting luminaries such as Jimmy Carr, Peter Kay and Johnny Vegas on tour before going on to play to sell out audiences with his own solo shows.

Best known for his role as ‘Young Kenny’ in Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights and its spin-off Max and Paddy's Road to Nowhere, Justin has written for television and radio, including the 11 O’clock Show, 8 Out Of 10 Cats and the Radio 4 comedy drama An Insurance Inspector Calls.

He starred in Ken Loache’s highly acclaimed film Looking For Eric and was one of the winners of Celebrity Mastermind with Les Dawson as his chosen specialist subject. As a DJ on Manchester's Key 103 radio station he’s earned nominations for DJ of the Year at the Sony Awards and Presenter of the Year at the Commercial Radio Awards.