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Nona is lonely. She has just moved in with her Aunt Dot and her cousins Anne, Tom and Belinda. Miss Happiness and Miss Flower, two little Japanese dolls, have just arrived by post – and they are lonely too. This will take a lot of getting used to for them all, but perhaps by making a proper Japanese house for the dolls, Nona can turn this new place into a home for them...

Exploring the challenge of change – and how curiosity, bravery (and books!) can help to overcome even the most daunting circumstances – BrokenCrow presents this brand new show for 6 to 8 year olds, adapted and directed by Deirdre Dwyer from the brilliant children’s book by Rumer Godden. With hand-crafted puppets and the beautiful performances of Rosie O’Regan and Julie Sharkey, Miss Happiness and Miss Flower will capture young audiences with playfulness and sincerity.

Made possible with the kind support of the Arts Council, Cork Midsummer Festival, Cork City Council Libraries, Graffiti Theatre Company and the Everyman, Cork.

Saturday | 2.30pm | Liosmór Mochuda National School | Age 6 – 8 Free, ticketed event