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Enfield Revue ready to roll

Friday, 13th February, 2009 10:56am

Story by Noelle Finegan
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This year"s Enfield Revue will take place from 17th-20th February in the Rapture nightclub, which is attached to the Hamlet Court Hotel, Johnstownbridge.

Dancers have been practising most Saturdays and Sundays since October, in the Hamlet Court Hotel and the dance numbers are looking very good.

They are being put through their paces by choreographers Corona and Leonore Cosgrove who come from Trim, and who started out in the Young Generation dance troupe.

The usual faces are back again providing the music for the Enfield Revue. Jimmy Storey the musical director is on keyboards, Jimmy Keogh is on drums, Gary Keogh on guitar and there is a new addition this year of Jimmy Fox on bass.

The singers will be headed up by Maria Mallon, along with Ann Keogh, Cathy Davey, Melissa Mallon, Lorna O"Connor, Paula Murphy, Trevor Keogh and Pat Bierne.

This year"s show has increased the amount of musical content, ranging from pop, Latin, Broadway numbers and traditional to name but a few. In addition to the main choruses, the show will also feature a number of well known talented solo acts such as Lorna and Eamon O"Connor from Enfield, Arthur Stone from Edenderry on banjo and Leonore Cosgrove and Sean Hogan from the world famous dance troupe 'Rhythm of the Dance".

The comedy team are eager to show their new style of humour at this year"s show and say they are having great laughs at the rehearsal sessions. The comedy team comprises of Kenny Davy, Ger Ennis, Marcus Keogh, Frank Heneghan, Eamon O"Connor, John Conway, Sarah McNerney, Karen McNerney, Carol McDonnell, John Heffernan, Hilary Heffernan and Damien Heffernan.

The Revue members come from as far ranging areas as Trim, Summerhill, Longwood to as far as Leixlip - and, of course, Enfield.

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