Ewan Wardrop is an actor, dancer and musical comedian, appearing regularly on the comedy circuit as well as on stage and on screen.

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Ewan initially trained as a dancer and was a principal performer with Matthew Bourne’s company Adventures in Motion Pictures. He played leading roles in Swan Lake, Nutcracker! and The CarMan.

For Play Without Words, Ewan was part of the original cast, which alongside Bourne, won an Olivier Award for Best Choreography in 2003.

As an actor recent credits include ENRON in the West End, Headlong Theatre’s award winning play directed by Rupert Goold, Terence Rattigan’s The Deep Blue Sea and Rattigan’s Nijinsky at the Chichester Festival Theatre directed by Philip Franks and in the films Mr.Happy directed by Eugene Magee and Waiting For Sunrise directed by by Gary Morecambe. He has also worked with companies such as Complicite, the Royal Shakespeare Company and award winning comedy acapella group Barbershopera.

For the Edinburgh Fringe 2012, Ewan wrote and starred in a one man play entitled ‘Formby’ about the life of the comedian and ukulele player George Formby. Directed and co-devised by Ed Hughes, the show received great critical acclaim and will be touring in the summer 2013. For more details about this show please click here

While at the festival, Ewan was invited to play on several other shows including Nicholas Parsons’ Happy Hour and Comedian and 8 out of 10 Cat’s Team Captain Jon Richardson’s sell-out show at  Assembly Hall.