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Knocks Drama back on the boards

The Knocks Drama Group getting into character for a rehearsal for their upcoming play 'Bonnie and Clyde'.  Front, Ryan Moohan, Nadia Stenson, Conor Hughes (Clyde), Aoife McGuigan (Bonnie), Amanda Finche, Hollie Morrison ansd Una Rice. Back, Jonny Cameron, Grainne Kennedy, Megan Ryan, Conor McLoughlin, Alison Lappin and Aaron Simpson  JPM8502

The Knocks Drama Group getting into character for a rehearsal for their upcoming play ‘Bonnie and Clyde’. Front, Ryan Moohan, Nadia Stenson, Conor Hughes (Clyde), Aoife McGuigan (Bonnie), Amanda Finche, Hollie Morrison ansd Una Rice. Back, Jonny Cameron, Grainne Kennedy, Megan Ryan, Conor McLoughlin, Alison Lappin and Aaron Simpson JPM8502

 

The Knocks Drama Group are set to host their premier musical theatre production of Bonnie and Clyde. The show takes to the stage the 18th and 19th August in Share Centre at 7:30pm.
 The musical centres on Bonnie Parker played by Aoife McGuigan and Clyde Barrow by Conor Hughes, the ill-fated lovers and outlaws whose story has been infamous since they achieved folk hero status during the Great Depression. 
With music combining rockabilly, country, blues and gospel genres its a show with both emotional depth and a good sound. 
Conor Hughes as Clyde Barrow will be recognised by audience from his previous star roles in ELO shows but most recently as Danny Zuko in Grease 2014. 
Taking on the role of Bonnie Parker, the ravishing redhead, is Aoife McGuigan. This Dundee native now living in Newtownbutler graduated in Musical Theatre from the University of the West of Scotland and has stared in countless shows but this will be her debut to Fermanagh theatre. Completing the infamous Barrow Gang are Ryan Moohan as Clyde’s brother Buck and Nadia Stenson who bears the role of Blanche Barrow, Buck’s Long suffering and devoutly Christian wife with ease. 
A vibrant and emotive show, Bonnie and Clyde packs the relatable characters alongside the larger than life, and offsets harrowing moments with tender. 
Whether you’re looking too laugh or cry, the Barrow Gang have you covered with a mix of country and rock this is a show that the world is sure to remember.
Tickets to the show can be purchased from a member of the Knocks Drama Group, by calling 07341828700 or from ticketsource.com/knocksdrama

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