George Logan Obituary, Death – The death of George Logan, professionally known as Dr. Evadne Hinge, the surviving half of the successful female impersonator duo Hinge and Bracket, has been announced.
George Logan was born in Rutherglen, Scotland, on July 7, 1944, into a musical and theatrical family. He attended Rutherglen Academy and Glasgow University, as well as the Royal Scottish Academy of Music, where he studied piano. He is a classically trained pianist who enjoys opera and vocal music.
Logan moved to London as a computer programmer shortly after leaving Glasgow but continued to perform as a pianist in London bars and pubs, supporting stage performers. In 1970, he met and became acquainted with Patrick Fyffe, with whom he established Hinge and Bracket, which debuted in 1972.
Logan used his formal education to create all of the musical arrangements for the act. Because of the singers’ unusual vocal range, much of Hinge and Bracket’s musical material required transposition or reworking for performance.
Following the death of his stage partner, Patrick Fyffe, and Dame Hilda Bracket (https://www.instagram.com/p/CKY24BWIbN7/?hl=en), he resigned from the stage in 2004. Logan relocated to France with his partner and created a bed-and-breakfast in the Limousin, which they still run today, having, like his counterpart Evadne, “the advantage of French” as well as an interest in exquisite food and wine. George Logan reprised his role as Doctor Evadne Hinge in a week-long run of “The Dowager’s Oyster” in November 2016.