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The Flowers of May hits Donegal this week





After opening in The Garage Theatre Monaghan in April and travelling on to Corduff and Dundalk since, The Flower of May travels to the Abbey Arts Centre in Ballyshannon, Donegal on Friday June 30th.


I've been overwhelmed with the the reception it has received so far from audiences and I can't wait to bring it to the North West.


“The Flowers of May” brings you inside the world of two parents raising a child with a hidden disability while facing up against the social stigmas that come with it.


David and Lisa had visions of what being a parent would be like, but their lives suddenly changed when their son, Conor, was diagnosed with autism. Together they journey through the joys and challenges of being a parent of a child with ASD. Along the way they have to deal with patronising in-laws, exclusionary neighbours while also trying to get past their own differences.


"Authentic, moving, humorous, terrifically well written and acted." Audience Review

Tickets can be bought at abbeycentre.ie


All tour dates can be found on the "Theatre" section of the website.



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