All the Magic of the Musicals

Maroe and Coast Moroney.
Maroe and Coast Moroney.
Jenny and Patrick Cox.
Kay and Aoife Kelly.
Philip and Sylvia Turner.
Kuba and Ula Wasilewski.
April Keeling and Karen Roche.
Carmel Monahan, Pauline O'Brien and Margie Londra.
Emma O'Leary and Éabha Carty.

the Magic of the Musicals fundraiser to raise cash for the 13th Wexford Scouts to build a purpose-built hall in Clonard proved a big hit.

Organisers said it was a great success and a great night at Clayton Whites. Money is still coming in and a tally of how much was raised on the night is being compiled.

Performers included Naoimh Penston, Tony Carty, Maggs jacob and James McDermott who sang a great selection of hits from the musicals which were very well received by the large and appreciative audience.

Wexford People

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