Bank Holiday Special
Justin Moorhouse’s exuberant, larger than life personality and cheeky northern charm have built him a reputation as one of the brightest stars on the British comedy circuit. He has supported such stand-up luminaries as Jimmy Carr and Peter Kay, as well as playing to sell out audiences with his own solo shows.
On TV screens, Justin is most recognisable as Young Kenny in the hugely successful, award-winning ‘Phoenix Nights’. He spent the whole of the second series with his face painted as a tiger and also made a brief appearance in the spin-of series ‘Max & Paddy’s Road To Nowhere’.
Other TV appearances include ‘8 Out of 10 Cats’ and ‘Shameless’. He has recently landed a lead role in the forthcoming film from the legendary Ken Loach, ‘Looking for Eric’ which is set to hit the big screen later this year.
Ian Moore‘s laconic observations on life, from the problems of using the wrong vocabulary in a German Pizza Hut to an almost pathological hatred of most forms of physical exertion, have proved hugely successful with live audiences all over the world from Australia to China, and the Phillipines to the Middle East. He hasn’t performed in South America, but feels no reason why they wouldn’t love him there too.
Ian was also, briefly, the warm up comic for the BBC’s ‘Friday Night with Jonathon Ross’ show, until the David Bowie incident, of which the less said the better. Ian has headlined at The Reading and Leeds music festivals, but he is too well dressed to consider appearing at Glastonbury.
Almost single-handedly leading the resurgence of all things mod, comedian Ian Moore has achieved great success on the London and National circuits and is a regular headliner at London’s famous Comedy Store.
Barry Dodds has forged an enviable reputation for himself over the past few years, charming audiences nationwide, with his uniquely tailored combination of disarming wit and wry, down-to-earth observational humour.