Jayne Darling

Professional, experienced & authentic, Jayne Darling is a well respected and established 1940s vocalist popular with the public and re-enactors. Having performed at some of the biggest events across the UK and Europe she is known for her beautiful and passionate voice with a spirit that personifies the era. With a wide selection of shows and music Jayne also has a variety of stage sets, props and equipment to cater for small to large events including evening dances.

LOVE of the 40s & LOVE of the VINTAGE

We are pleased to announce that both of these groups - Love of the 40s & Love of the vintage have agreed to help with the appeal by being ambassadors.


Pictured representing all 3 of the armed services and dubbed 'the best thing since The Andrews Sisters', The Bluebird Belles are a professional vintage vocal harmony trio from the West Midlands, England. Specialising in retro sounds from the 1920s right up to the present day, this glamorous, authentic girl group cater to your specific needs, bringing vintage glamour to any event. It is a privilege to have them as ambassadors for our appeal.


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.


From Gracie to Formby, May Blossom can be found at 1940s public and private events across the UK cheerfully performing her unique remembrance and singalong repertoire. A keen Lindy Hopper herself, May also has an extensive range of songs for all styles of dance and is more than likely to hop off the stage and join in. May is delighted to support the ENSA Memorial Appeal, as it will recognise the huge role that Every Night Something Awful played in boosting morale in our darkest hour.