Divas set to hit stage at the Bridge

Talk about multiple personalities — Bonnie Kilroe will channel 16 divas when Vegas comes to Courtenay on April 11.

Bonnie Kilroe’s third appearance at the Bridge Lounge in Courtenay will pack 16 divas into an engaging and hilarious two-hour musical comedy celebrity impersonation show.

This has been Bonnie’s busiest year and a half performing aboard the Azamara Journey in Asia — where she got stranded in Shanghai, a two-week tour in Mexico travelling by car in the countryside, the beautiful and historic Palace Grand Theatre in Dawson City, the Massey Theatre in New Westminster and casinos from Langley to Edmonton.

Bonnie’s third appearance at the Bridge April 11 will be the biggest, following her Patsy Cline show last year and her Country Queens show this March.

See hilarious musical impersonations of everyone from Mae West to Lady Gaga. You will see classics like Marilyn Monroe to everlasting living legends like Cher and Tina Turner.

All will own the stage in full costume where Bonnie will look, act and sing like your favourites.

This is an all-ages, crowd-thrilling show.

Bonnie uses her many skills as a performer to encourage audience participation and her natural comedic talents, striking good looks and versatile vocals all help create a wonderful evening of great entertainment.

Kilroe’s talent has not gone unrecognized, as she won awards at the 2012 Sunburst Celebrity Impersonators and Tribute Artists Convention, where she captured the Most Unique Act and Best Costume Female awards.

She was nominated for three other awards — funniest female, best transformation and best overall recreation.

You can see her new website at www.celebrity-imposters.com/home.html.

Tickets for the April 11 show are at the Bridge Lounge in Courtenay at 90 Fifth St.

— Bridge Lounge

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