It’s George Formby!

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It’s “turned out nice again!” with Southern England’s premiere George Formby Tribute with skits and songs perfect for WWII events, museums and plays.

Matthew Quilliam started out playing the music of George Formby, and so is highly trained and experienced in bringing to life his tribute of the banjolele-playing star.

This audience-favourite impersonation has featured in 3 dramatic plays across Hampshire and Surrey, a feature film and at popular attractions such as Didcot Railway Centre, Mizens Railway and for On Parade Re-enactment Group.

“…I knew it was going to be good, but I didn’t know it would be THAT good!”

Audience member at The Queen’s Oak,
Finchampstead, 2017

Leaning on a Lamppost at Didcot Railway Centre

Entertaining at Mizen’s Railway’s 1940s day

As George Formby during a production of ‘Victory’

Performance lengths are totally flexible and are up to the discretion of the venue and organiser. For this reason, fees are determined on a case-by-case basis, so please get in touch for more details.

Matthew also performs a wider range of music as a vintage 1910s – 1950s singer and performer at steam railways, museums, WWII re-enactments and vintage events. For more information click here.

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