Saturday 20 January 2018

Calm before the storm as locals await main event

Lise Hand

Lise Hand

HE was like an apparition, magicked up in the middle of Enniskillen. Half-Macnas figure, half-disreputable Dumbledore, he grooved along the High Street, bantering with bemused locals.

"Would you like to wrestle?" he asked one startled elderly lady. "I have a box set of 'Police Academy', we could watch that and wrestle afterwards."

She politely declined and sped away. But Godwin Bumblestorm continued on blithely. "Enniskillen, Ensklin, mescaline . . . what are you all doing in my living-room?" he demanded dramatically of a group of Fermanagh folk innocently en route to the match.

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