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"She needs to be believed ... the story of one woman's fight with Fibromyalgia"

To celebrate International Fibromyalgia Awareness Day, Fibro PaIN are hosting a production of Invisible - a play by CLM Productions and starring Charlie Marx & Angie Walker about one woman's fibromyalgia journey. 

From the accident which triggered her symptoms, through her attempts to get a diagnosis ...and finally learning how to live with the condition. This show is not only for the fibromyalgia fighter ... but also their families and friends who often struggle to understand. 

Tickets £5.00 (including refreshments) can be paid via cash or Paypal. Contact Hazel to book via the following:-
- Fibro PaIN Paisley meetings 
- email : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
- tel : 0844 887 2369

WARNING - THIS PRODUCTION CONTAINS SOME STRONG LANGUAGE WHICH MAY OFFEND

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