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Music by Garth Brooks and Patsy Cline used in hit comedy ‘Crazy’

Music by Garth Brooks and Patsy Cline used in hit comedy ‘Crazy’

Wed, May 17, 2017

Hit musical comedy Crazy, is coming to Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre in Limavady on Friday 2nd June at 8pm.

The play, written by Brenda Murphy, tells the story of a young Belfast woman called Ruby and her search for true love.

Returning to Belfast on the rebound from her latest failed love affair in Africa, Ruby embarks on the search for a new man by joining a range of internet dating sites. Having little success, Ruby turns to her life sized photo of idol Patsy Cline for advice with its remarkable communication powers! All very straightforward if it wasn’t for Ruby’s two flatmates: Eddie, who hates Patsy Cline but adores Garth Brooks, and Gary, who has been trying to tell Ruby a huge, life changing secret.

Throw in the greatest hits of Patsy Cline and Garth Brooks and audiences are set for a great night out. This heartfelt and hilarious production stars the talented Caroline Curran (50 Shades of Red, White and Blue) alongside Marty Maguire and Ciaran Nolan and is produced by Martin Lynch and Joe Rea (The George Best Story, 50 Shades of Red, White and Blue).

Please note, the play contains strong language and adult content. To book tickets or to find out more information, please contact Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre on 028 7776 0650 or visit www.roevalleyarts.com.

Pictured are Marty Maguire, Caroline Curran and Ciaran Nolan, stars of the hit comedy musical Crazy which will be performed at The Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre on Friday 2nd June at 8pm.