Cole Page Swing & Rat Pack singer is one of the UK's most popular Entertainers. Cole is the original Mr Cool oozing sophistication, charm and personality. He is a hit with audiences where -ever he performs Much in demand in the UK, America and Europe the music goes with a swing whenever Cole Page is around, and for a singer who was a decade ahead of his time that is no surprise. Cole has has performed in Florence Italy, in Marbella Spain at the International Red Cross Ball and at the Spanish Ball of the year for the prestigious Cudeca charity where he shared the stage with Rick Wakeman and performed to distinguished guests such as world Cup Winner Alan Ball, former England Manager Glen Hoddle, entertainer Kenny Lynch and other celebrities from the world of sport and TV. closer to home, Cole has performed at many celebrity events, including that of the Manchester United Manager, Sir Alex Ferguson’s private Christmas Party, as well as the Manchester United players Christmas party. To add to the afore mentioned, Cole has performed for many famous people, including, Kylie Minogue, Pele, Bryan Robson, Alan Shearer, Johnny Wilkinson, Glenn McRory and Brian Capron, which earned him mentions in the UK’s OK & Hello Magazines. The most notable performance however has got to be when he performed for President Bill Clinton. “You were fantastic”, was the Presidents verdict, a comment that has been emulated by many who have witnessed this entertainer’s slick performance. Cole appeared at The Opera House, Manchester, in his own show, “A Swinging Affair”, which was a one night only appearance, where Cole, accompanied by a 17 piece Swing Orchestra, entertained a packed audience with many of the Swing & Big Band classics that we know and love. The response was fantastic and another evening in the same venue was booked for the next year Television & Radio In December 2004 Cole had appearances on Granada TV’s “The Afternoon Show” and ITV’s “That’s Entertainment”, and was also invited to do a One Hour Christmas Special on radio station BBC GMR which received rave revues from the listening public A quote in the Manchester Evening News recently stated that, “Even though the demands of a theatre stage are completely different to that of the work he has done over the past couple of years, it’s amazing how Cole Page still managed to communicate with the packed audience and deliver a wonderful performance”.