BRITAIN'S Got Talent winner Jon Courtenay will be performing in Ellesmere Port this autumn.

Brio Entertainment – sub-brand of leisure provider Brio Leisure – have confirmed that the 2020 champion will take centre stage at the town's Civic Hall on Friday, October 8.

Courtenay, who is a pianist, singer, composer and comedian. was the first Golden Buzzer act to win the popular competition which is aired on ITV.

In December he performed at the prestigious Royal Variety Performance and this autumn he is heading out on the road for his 'What’s It All About?' live tour.

Brio Entertainment has also confirmed that Britain's Got Talent finalist Steve Royle will be performing at its Northwich Memorial Court venue on September 26.

Phil Harding, entertainment manager at Brio, said: “Here at Brio Entertainment we pride ourselves in our variety of genres that all ages can enjoy.

"We are really looking forward to opening our doors to our audiences again and the Britain’s Got Talent stars are sure to entertain all the family!”

The announcement coincides with the launch of the new Brio Entertainment website.

The company have worked with Manchester digital agency Studio North to create the website, which they hope will showcase the event spaces available across the venues.

Phil added: “We offer a wide range of services, from meeting spaces to weddings. At Brio Entertainment we have a number of bespoke packages available and catering also.

"We wanted to make it easier for our customers to enquire about our venues which they can now easily do via our new website.”