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Diarmuid Gavin Kick Starts National Tour in Limerick

Diarmuid Gavin Kick Starts National Tour in Limerick

Internationally-renowned gardener Diarmuid Gavin has announced that he will be taking his one-man show to the Lime Tree Theatre on May 25. The show explores the adventures of the world of gardening, of some mischievous antics that occurred at the Chelsea Flower Show and regaling with stories about the history of outdoor design from around the world, from Gnomes to flying gardens and even more! 

The show is to be an exciting evening of fun and adventure, along with giving the audience a wide range of different gardening tips and advice as Diarmuid shares all his experience and knowledge with the attendees of the event. 

The show will include an Audio / Visual presentation and a Question & Answer section where Diarmuid will answer all your gardening questions.


If you have green fingers or even just muddy ones, this fun-filled show will make sure you never look at your humble back garden the same way again!

The show in the Lime Tree Theatre in Limerick on May 25 is the first in a national tour of shows as Diarmuid Gavin is bringing his show all around the country of Ireland. 

Speaking on the announcement of the Limerick show, Diarmuid said: “I am very excited to be launching the national tour in Limerick, a great city in a great county.” 

Gavin is best known as a celebrity gardener – perhaps the celebrity gardener of the past 15 years. He’s presented BBC programmes such as Gardeners’ World, Home Front and Gardens Through Time and written nearly a dozen books. 

For further details and to book tickets to the show, you can call 061-953-400, or you can book online by clicking here. 

To find out more about Diarmuid Gavin, please click here.

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Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.