CELEBRITY IMPOSTERS
Bonnie Kilroe as Country Music icon Patsy Cline - Celebrity Imposters Impersonator
Bonnie Kilroe onstage at the Cascades Casino - Celebrity Imposters
Bonnie Kilroe onstage at the Cascades Casino - Celebrity Imposters
Bonnie Kilroe onstage at the Cascades Casino - Celebrity Imposters
Bonnie Kilroe onstage at the Cascades Casino - Celebrity Imposters
Bonnie Kilroe onstage at the Cascades Casino - Celebrity Imposters
Bonnie Kilroe onstage at the Cascades Casino - Celebrity Imposters
Bonnie Kilroe onstage at the Cascades Casino - Celebrity Imposters


PATSY CLINE SHOW



Bonnie Kilroe onstage at the Cascades Casino - Celebrity Imposters
Bonnie Kilroe onstage at the Cascades Casino - Celebrity Imposters
Bonnie Kilroe onstage at the 35th Annual BC First Nations Elders Gathering - Celebrity Imposters
Bonnie Kilroe onstage at the Cascades Casino - Celebrity Imposters
Bonnie Kilroe onstage at the Cascades Casino - Celebrity Imposters
Bonnie Kilroe onstage at the Cascades Casino - Celebrity Imposters
Bonnie Kilroe onstage at the Cascades Casino - Celebrity Imposters
Bonnie Kilroe onstage at the Cascades Casino - Celebrity Imposters


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A Tribute To Patsy Cline
Do you fancy a trip down nostalgia lane? Let this show take you back to a simpler time. Spend an evening with Bonnie as she brings to life one of the greatest entertainers of the 20th century. This show can be done as a one-, two- or three-hour tribute to the beautiful ballads of Patsy Cline. Bonnie has performed her Patsy Cline tribute to shows around the world, and played to an appreciative and loud sold-out house in Patsy Cline's hometown of Winchester, Virginia.

You'll hear favourites like Crazy, I Fall To Pieces, and Walkin' After Midnight. You'll also hear other less familiar but equally gorgeous songs like I Love You So Much It Hurts, The Wayward Wind, Why Can't He Be You and So Wrong.

There are also several up-tempo numbers such as San Antonio Rose, Bill Bailey and Turn The Cards Slowly. There's something for everyone.

The show is a real dance-crowd pleaser but also perfectly satisfying to just watch and listen. With each act there is a 1950s–style evening-gown change of costume.