Colin Bourdiec 1940's All Round Entertainer

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Colin Bourdiec, UK's foremost George Formby Impersonator and ENSAtainer performing on original 1930 ukes, Gibson and Ludwigs.

Reliving the music of George Formby and WW2 Variety artists through ENSA in authentic uniforms to compliment fellow re-enactors.

Colin is one of the only Song and Dance men reliving the age of Variety and Vaudeville.

Colin has been in the entertainment industry since the age of 13. And has been a George Formby impersonator since 1984. Working all the major holiday centres and theatres in the UK.

Colin trained at the Sherman Theatre Cardiff and the Merseyside Dance Centre in Birkenhead, and was trained in the following dance disciplines: 

R.A.D. Ballet

I.S.T.D. Ballet, Tap, Modern Stage, National, Ballroom, Latin American and Contemporary.

Colin is also a proficient Choreographer.

Colin also appeared with the late Alan Randall in the George Formby story 'It's Turned Out Nice Again'

He spent 13 years working for P&O Cruises as an Entertainer and reached the heights of a Cruise Director.

Colin has also been a full Equity member for the past 27 years and as such enjoys the privilege of Public liability insurance to the value of £10,000.000

Colin is also the managing director of the South Tyneside Academy of Musical Performance which is performing arts school based in South Shields. More information can be found on their web site.www.st-amp.co.uk

Founder of the North East Branch of the George Formby Society