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Jun
12
9:00 AM09:00

The Joyce of Breakfast in Association with Boxty House

  • Meeting Point: Gallaghers Boxty House (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
 
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Denny, as those who have read Ulysses will be aware, got the kind of plug money can't buy when Leopold Bloom observed a girl in Dlugacz's butchers buying "a pound and a half of Denny's sausages".

Take a leaf out of Leopold Bloom's book and enjoy a hearty breakfast before setting out to enjoy the Bloomsday Festival.  

Each breakfast will be accompanied by performances and dramatic readings from surprise guests who will read from the pages of Ulysses. We serve a traditional Irish breakfast with pork kidneys (optional!) and food inspired from the pages of Joyce.

Dates & times: 12 - 16 June at 9am @ €28 . Duration 90 minutes.

Meeting Point: Gallaghers Boxty House, 20-21 Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

 
 
 
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Jun
12
2:00 PM14:00

The Joyce of Food in Association with Irish Food Trail

 
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Food is everywhere in Joyce’s Ulysses, whether it’s Bloom’s pork kidney breakfast, his lunch of Gorgonzola and Burgundy or the potato he carries in his pocket as a talisman of his Irish mother. Through its focus on the body and its natural processes, the novel constantly reminds us of the significance of food in our lives. At one point, Bloom even makes the lofty claim that “peace and war depend on some fellow’s digestion”. Food has also become central to Bloomsday celebrations over the years, so we’re delighted to be collaborating with Irish Food Trail this year to bring you this three-hour food and drink tour inspired by Joyce’s Ulysses.

You will be brought around to three traditional Irish eateries by a local professional guide, who will fill in the gaps between stops with a walking tour through the streets of the city providing history, fun facts and recommendations. Each restaurant will provide a different course inspired by Joyce’s work accompanied by a reading of the excerpt from Ulysses to which it relates. You will enjoy starters, mains and desserts all paired with a glass of Irish beer, cider, or wine - you won’t go home hungry.

Dates & times:
12 June at 2pm, 13 June at 6pm, 14 June at 2pm, 15 June at 5pm, 16 June at 6pm @ €69

Meeting Point: Adventure Trails, Powerscourt Centre, 59 South William Street, Dublin 2.

 
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Jun
12
6:00 PM18:00

The Joyce of Whiskey in Association with Irish Food Trail

 
Joyce of Whiskey.png

Whiskey flows through Joyce’s works, from the stories of ‘The Sisters’ and ‘Counterparts’ to the life-giving elixir at the heart of Finnegans Wake. In fact so central was it to his last work that, when proposing the ill-conceived notion of having fellow novelist James Stephens finish Finnegans Wake as his health declined, Joyce quipped that it would be apt to have ‘JJ and S’ under the title – a reference to one of Dublin’s most famous whiskey distillers John Jameson & Sons. Whiskey also had an important historical and biographical significance for Joyce, whose father was secretary of the Dublin and Chapelizod Distillery Company and whose maternal grandfather John Murray once acted as sales representative for Powers whiskey.

Join us on this special jaunt around the capital’s bars to celebrate the many allusions to distilleries and whiskey in Joyce’s works whilst discovering Dublin’s rich whiskey culture. This 2 ½ hour tour will be led by a local expert and features stops at three Irish pubs where you will sample two unique Irish whiskeys and enjoy delicious tasting plates of local food.

This year there are two different themes, The Whiskey Trail Liberties will focus on the whiskey produced in the heart of Dublin City while The Powers Whiskey Quarter is a chance to discover the home of Ireland's most loved Pot Still Irish Whiskey in the working class pubs that Joyce loved.

Dates & times:

12 June at 6pm, 13 June at 6pm - The Whiskey Trail, Liberties @ €69

14 June at 2pm, 15 June at 2pm, 16 June at 6pm - The Powers Quarter @ €69

Meeting Point: Adventure Trails, Powerscourt Centre, 59 South William Street, Dublin 2.

 
 
 
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Jun
13
9:00 AM09:00

The Joyce of Breakfast in Association with Boxty House

  • Meeting Point: Gallaghers Boxty House (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
 
Joyce of Breakfast.jpg

Denny, as those who have read Ulysses will be aware, got the kind of plug money can't buy when Leopold Bloom observed a girl in Dlugacz's butchers buying "a pound and a half of Denny's sausages".

Take a leaf out of Leopold Bloom's book and enjoy a hearty breakfast before setting out to enjoy the Bloomsday Festival.  

Each breakfast will be accompanied by performances and dramatic readings from surprise guests who will read from the pages of Ulysses. We serve a traditional Irish breakfast with pork kidneys (optional!) and food inspired from the pages of Joyce.

Dates & times: 12 - 16 June at 9am @ €28 . Duration 90 minutes.

Meeting Point: Gallaghers Boxty House, 20-21 Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

 
 
 
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Jun
13
6:00 PM18:00

The Joyce of Food in Association with Irish Food Trail

 
Joyce of Food.png

Food is everywhere in Joyce’s Ulysses, whether it’s Bloom’s pork kidney breakfast, his lunch of Gorgonzola and Burgundy or the potato he carries in his pocket as a talisman of his Irish mother. Through its focus on the body and its natural processes, the novel constantly reminds us of the significance of food in our lives. At one point, Bloom even makes the lofty claim that “peace and war depend on some fellow’s digestion”. Food has also become central to Bloomsday celebrations over the years, so we’re delighted to be collaborating with Irish Food Trail this year to bring you this three-hour food and drink tour inspired by Joyce’s Ulysses.

You will be brought around to three traditional Irish eateries by a local professional guide, who will fill in the gaps between stops with a walking tour through the streets of the city providing history, fun facts and recommendations. Each restaurant will provide a different course inspired by Joyce’s work accompanied by a reading of the excerpt from Ulysses to which it relates. You will enjoy starters, mains and desserts all paired with a glass of Irish beer, cider, or wine - you won’t go home hungry.

Dates & times:
12 June at 2pm, 13 June at 6pm, 14 June at 2pm, 15 June at 5pm, 16 June at 6pm @ €69

Meeting Point: Adventure Trails, Powerscourt Centre, 59 South William Street, Dublin 2.

 
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Jun
13
6:00 PM18:00

The Joyce of Whiskey in Association with Irish Food Trail

 
Joyce of Whiskey.png

Whiskey flows through Joyce’s works, from the stories of ‘The Sisters’ and ‘Counterparts’ to the life-giving elixir at the heart of Finnegans Wake. In fact so central was it to his last work that, when proposing the ill-conceived notion of having fellow novelist James Stephens finish Finnegans Wake as his health declined, Joyce quipped that it would be apt to have ‘JJ and S’ under the title – a reference to one of Dublin’s most famous whiskey distillers John Jameson & Sons. Whiskey also had an important historical and biographical significance for Joyce, whose father was secretary of the Dublin and Chapelizod Distillery Company and whose maternal grandfather John Murray once acted as sales representative for Powers whiskey.

Join us on this special jaunt around the capital’s bars to celebrate the many allusions to distilleries and whiskey in Joyce’s works whilst discovering Dublin’s rich whiskey culture. This 2 ½ hour tour will be led by a local expert and features stops at three Irish pubs where you will sample two unique Irish whiskeys and enjoy delicious tasting plates of local food.

This year there are two different themes, The Whiskey Trail Liberties will focus on the whiskey produced in the heart of Dublin City while The Powers Whiskey Quarter is a chance to discover the home of Ireland's most loved Pot Still Irish Whiskey in the working class pubs that Joyce loved.

Dates & times:

12 June at 6pm, 13 June at 6pm - The Whiskey Trail, Liberties @ €69

14 June at 2pm, 15 June at 2pm, 16 June at 6pm - The Powers Quarter @ €69

Meeting Point: Adventure Trails, Powerscourt Centre, 59 South William Street, Dublin 2.

 
 
 
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Jun
14
9:00 AM09:00

The Joyce of Breakfast in Association with Boxty House

  • Meeting Point: Gallaghers Boxty House (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
 
Joyce of Breakfast.jpg

Denny, as those who have read Ulysses will be aware, got the kind of plug money can't buy when Leopold Bloom observed a girl in Dlugacz's butchers buying "a pound and a half of Denny's sausages".

Take a leaf out of Leopold Bloom's book and enjoy a hearty breakfast before setting out to enjoy the Bloomsday Festival.  

Each breakfast will be accompanied by performances and dramatic readings from surprise guests who will read from the pages of Ulysses. We serve a traditional Irish breakfast with pork kidneys (optional!) and food inspired from the pages of Joyce.

Dates & times: 12 - 16 June at 9am @ €28 . Duration 90 minutes.

Meeting Point: Gallaghers Boxty House, 20-21 Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

 
 
 
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Jun
14
2:00 PM14:00

The Joyce of Whiskey in Association with Irish Food Trail

 
Joyce of Whiskey.png

Whiskey flows through Joyce’s works, from the stories of ‘The Sisters’ and ‘Counterparts’ to the life-giving elixir at the heart of Finnegans Wake. In fact so central was it to his last work that, when proposing the ill-conceived notion of having fellow novelist James Stephens finish Finnegans Wake as his health declined, Joyce quipped that it would be apt to have ‘JJ and S’ under the title – a reference to one of Dublin’s most famous whiskey distillers John Jameson & Sons. Whiskey also had an important historical and biographical significance for Joyce, whose father was secretary of the Dublin and Chapelizod Distillery Company and whose maternal grandfather John Murray once acted as sales representative for Powers whiskey.

Join us on this special jaunt around the capital’s bars to celebrate the many allusions to distilleries and whiskey in Joyce’s works whilst discovering Dublin’s rich whiskey culture. This 2 ½ hour tour will be led by a local expert and features stops at three Irish pubs where you will sample two unique Irish whiskeys and enjoy delicious tasting plates of local food.

This year there are two different themes, The Whiskey Trail Liberties will focus on the whiskey produced in the heart of Dublin City while The Powers Whiskey Quarter is a chance to discover the home of Ireland's most loved Pot Still Irish Whiskey in the working class pubs that Joyce loved.

Dates & times:

12 June at 6pm, 13 June at 6pm - The Whiskey Trail, Liberties @ €69

14 June at 2pm, 15 June at 2pm, 16 June at 6pm - The Powers Quarter @ €69

Meeting Point: Adventure Trails, Powerscourt Centre, 59 South William Street, Dublin 2.

 
 
 
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Jun
14
2:00 PM14:00

The Joyce of Food in Association with Irish Food Trail

 
Joyce of Food.png

Food is everywhere in Joyce’s Ulysses, whether it’s Bloom’s pork kidney breakfast, his lunch of Gorgonzola and Burgundy or the potato he carries in his pocket as a talisman of his Irish mother. Through its focus on the body and its natural processes, the novel constantly reminds us of the significance of food in our lives. At one point, Bloom even makes the lofty claim that “peace and war depend on some fellow’s digestion”. Food has also become central to Bloomsday celebrations over the years, so we’re delighted to be collaborating with Irish Food Trail this year to bring you this three-hour food and drink tour inspired by Joyce’s Ulysses.

You will be brought around to three traditional Irish eateries by a local professional guide, who will fill in the gaps between stops with a walking tour through the streets of the city providing history, fun facts and recommendations. Each restaurant will provide a different course inspired by Joyce’s work accompanied by a reading of the excerpt from Ulysses to which it relates. You will enjoy starters, mains and desserts all paired with a glass of Irish beer, cider, or wine - you won’t go home hungry.

Dates & times:
12 June at 2pm, 13 June at 6pm, 14 June at 2pm, 15 June at 5pm, 16 June at 6pm @ €69

Meeting Point: Adventure Trails, Powerscourt Centre, 59 South William Street, Dublin 2.

 
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Jun
15
9:00 AM09:00

The Joyce of Breakfast in Association with Boxty House

  • Meeting Point: Gallaghers Boxty House (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
 
Joyce of Breakfast.jpg

Denny, as those who have read Ulysses will be aware, got the kind of plug money can't buy when Leopold Bloom observed a girl in Dlugacz's butchers buying "a pound and a half of Denny's sausages".

Take a leaf out of Leopold Bloom's book and enjoy a hearty breakfast before setting out to enjoy the Bloomsday Festival.  

Each breakfast will be accompanied by performances and dramatic readings from surprise guests who will read from the pages of Ulysses. We serve a traditional Irish breakfast with pork kidneys (optional!) and food inspired from the pages of Joyce.

Dates & times: 12 - 16 June at 9am @ €28 . Duration 90 minutes.

Meeting Point: Gallaghers Boxty House, 20-21 Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

 
 
 
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Jun
15
2:00 PM14:00

The Joyce of Whiskey in Association with Irish Food Trail

 
Joyce of Whiskey.png

Whiskey flows through Joyce’s works, from the stories of ‘The Sisters’ and ‘Counterparts’ to the life-giving elixir at the heart of Finnegans Wake. In fact so central was it to his last work that, when proposing the ill-conceived notion of having fellow novelist James Stephens finish Finnegans Wake as his health declined, Joyce quipped that it would be apt to have ‘JJ and S’ under the title – a reference to one of Dublin’s most famous whiskey distillers John Jameson & Sons. Whiskey also had an important historical and biographical significance for Joyce, whose father was secretary of the Dublin and Chapelizod Distillery Company and whose maternal grandfather John Murray once acted as sales representative for Powers whiskey.

Join us on this special jaunt around the capital’s bars to celebrate the many allusions to distilleries and whiskey in Joyce’s works whilst discovering Dublin’s rich whiskey culture. This 2 ½ hour tour will be led by a local expert and features stops at three Irish pubs where you will sample two unique Irish whiskeys and enjoy delicious tasting plates of local food.

This year there are two different themes, The Whiskey Trail Liberties will focus on the whiskey produced in the heart of Dublin City while The Powers Whiskey Quarter is a chance to discover the home of Ireland's most loved Pot Still Irish Whiskey in the working class pubs that Joyce loved.

Dates & times:

12 June at 6pm, 13 June at 6pm - The Whiskey Trail, Liberties @ €69

14 June at 2pm, 15 June at 2pm, 16 June at 6pm - The Powers Quarter @ €69

Meeting Point: Adventure Trails, Powerscourt Centre, 59 South William Street, Dublin 2.

 
 
 
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Jun
15
5:00 PM17:00

The Joyce of Food in Association with Irish Food Trail

 
Joyce of Food.png

Food is everywhere in Joyce’s Ulysses, whether it’s Bloom’s pork kidney breakfast, his lunch of Gorgonzola and Burgundy or the potato he carries in his pocket as a talisman of his Irish mother. Through its focus on the body and its natural processes, the novel constantly reminds us of the significance of food in our lives. At one point, Bloom even makes the lofty claim that “peace and war depend on some fellow’s digestion”. Food has also become central to Bloomsday celebrations over the years, so we’re delighted to be collaborating with Irish Food Trail this year to bring you this three-hour food and drink tour inspired by Joyce’s Ulysses.

You will be brought around to three traditional Irish eateries by a local professional guide, who will fill in the gaps between stops with a walking tour through the streets of the city providing history, fun facts and recommendations. Each restaurant will provide a different course inspired by Joyce’s work accompanied by a reading of the excerpt from Ulysses to which it relates. You will enjoy starters, mains and desserts all paired with a glass of Irish beer, cider, or wine - you won’t go home hungry.

Dates & times:
12 June at 2pm, 13 June at 6pm, 14 June at 2pm, 15 June at 5pm, 16 June at 6pm @ €69

Meeting Point: Adventure Trails, Powerscourt Centre, 59 South William Street, Dublin 2.

 
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Jun
16
9:00 AM09:00

The Joyce of Breakfast in Association with Boxty House

  • Meeting Point: Gallaghers Boxty House (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
 
Joyce of Breakfast.jpg

Denny, as those who have read Ulysses will be aware, got the kind of plug money can't buy when Leopold Bloom observed a girl in Dlugacz's butchers buying "a pound and a half of Denny's sausages".

Take a leaf out of Leopold Bloom's book and enjoy a hearty breakfast before setting out to enjoy the Bloomsday Festival.  

Each breakfast will be accompanied by performances and dramatic readings from surprise guests who will read from the pages of Ulysses. We serve a traditional Irish breakfast with pork kidneys (optional!) and food inspired from the pages of Joyce.

Dates & times: 12 - 16 June at 9am @ €28 . Duration 90 minutes.

Meeting Point: Gallaghers Boxty House, 20-21 Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

 
 
 
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Jun
16
6:00 PM18:00

The Joyce of Food in Association with Irish Food Trail

 
Joyce of Food.png

Food is everywhere in Joyce’s Ulysses, whether it’s Bloom’s pork kidney breakfast, his lunch of Gorgonzola and Burgundy or the potato he carries in his pocket as a talisman of his Irish mother. Through its focus on the body and its natural processes, the novel constantly reminds us of the significance of food in our lives. At one point, Bloom even makes the lofty claim that “peace and war depend on some fellow’s digestion”. Food has also become central to Bloomsday celebrations over the years, so we’re delighted to be collaborating with Irish Food Trail this year to bring you this three-hour food and drink tour inspired by Joyce’s Ulysses.

You will be brought around to three traditional Irish eateries by a local professional guide, who will fill in the gaps between stops with a walking tour through the streets of the city providing history, fun facts and recommendations. Each restaurant will provide a different course inspired by Joyce’s work accompanied by a reading of the excerpt from Ulysses to which it relates. You will enjoy starters, mains and desserts all paired with a glass of Irish beer, cider, or wine - you won’t go home hungry.

Dates & times:
12 June at 2pm, 13 June at 6pm, 14 June at 2pm, 15 June at 5pm, 16 June at 6pm @ €69

Meeting Point: Adventure Trails, Powerscourt Centre, 59 South William Street, Dublin 2.

 
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Jun
16
6:00 PM18:00

The Joyce of Whiskey in Association with Irish Food Trail

 
Joyce of Whiskey.png

Whiskey flows through Joyce’s works, from the stories of ‘The Sisters’ and ‘Counterparts’ to the life-giving elixir at the heart of Finnegans Wake. In fact so central was it to his last work that, when proposing the ill-conceived notion of having fellow novelist James Stephens finish Finnegans Wake as his health declined, Joyce quipped that it would be apt to have ‘JJ and S’ under the title – a reference to one of Dublin’s most famous whiskey distillers John Jameson & Sons. Whiskey also had an important historical and biographical significance for Joyce, whose father was secretary of the Dublin and Chapelizod Distillery Company and whose maternal grandfather John Murray once acted as sales representative for Powers whiskey.

Join us on this special jaunt around the capital’s bars to celebrate the many allusions to distilleries and whiskey in Joyce’s works whilst discovering Dublin’s rich whiskey culture. This 2 ½ hour tour will be led by a local expert and features stops at three Irish pubs where you will sample two unique Irish whiskeys and enjoy delicious tasting plates of local food.

This year there are two different themes, The Whiskey Trail Liberties will focus on the whiskey produced in the heart of Dublin City while The Powers Whiskey Quarter is a chance to discover the home of Ireland's most loved Pot Still Irish Whiskey in the working class pubs that Joyce loved.

Dates & times:

12 June at 6pm, 13 June at 6pm - The Whiskey Trail, Liberties @ €69

14 June at 2pm, 15 June at 2pm, 16 June at 6pm - The Powers Quarter @ €69

Meeting Point: Adventure Trails, Powerscourt Centre, 59 South William Street, Dublin 2.

 
 
 
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