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Welcome to Whizz Kid Entertainment

Whizz Kid Entertainment produces award-winning programmes across a wide-range of genres including entertainment, factual entertainment, events and music…

With hit formats like Let's Dance (BBC1 plus 10+ territories worldwide), ground-breaking live events such as Stand Up To Cancer (Channel 4) or U2 360° At The Rose Bowl (streamed live online to a global audience of over 10m), TV specials like The British Academy Film and Television Awards (BBC1), in depth arts series like Talks Music (SKY Arts) or producing headline-grabbing observational documentary series like Ex on the Beach (MTV) Whizz Kid Entertainment create programmes that cut through in today's multi-media landscape.

With a highly experienced senior team of executives, we pride ourselves on our hands-on, personal approach to each and every production - be it creating a new prime-time format, an ambitious international event, a factual documentary series or bespoke branded content.

Whizz Kid Entertainment is committed to continually deliver the strongest multi-platform content in the global entertainment market.

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Press Release

The BBC brings Jools Holland to Blackpool for a Big Band Spectacular 

The event will see Jools play some of the hits from the most influential Big Band musicians of the post-war era. He will be joined on stage by special guests for the one-night only gig, taking the audience through his own personal view of Big Band music, giving an insight into the ‘greats’ such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Louis Armstrong and Lionel Hampton.

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