Jun
8
9:00 AM09:00

Bloomsday Messenger Bike Rally & Lunch

 
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Now in its 25th year, the annual Bloomsday Messenger Bike Rally & Lunch is one of the highlights of the Irish Youth Foundation’s fundraising calendar. Starting at Stephen’s Green, participants cycle around the city on vintage bikes, many in Bloomsday attire.
The Lord Mayor will kick things off with a rousing rendition of ‘Molly Malone’ on the steps of the Mansion House and the bicycles will ring in unison as our Edwardian ladies and gentlemen continue on their tour of
Dublin’s fair city, making pit-stops along the way for well-deserved refreshments at friendly public houses. If you’re not a cyclist, you can be one of the 300 lunch guests to welcome the rally to its final destination, the ballroom of the Shelbourne Hotel.


Price List

Table of 10 for Lunch in the Shelbourne Hotel plus one messenger bike in the rally: €1,300

Lunch for one in the Shelbourne Hotel plus one messenger bike in the rally: €250

Buddy Offer - Lunch for two in the Shelbourne Hotel plus two messenger bikes in the rally: €400

Additional bikes: €150

To book, email Sarah Edmonds on sarah@iyf.ie with your request.

 
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Jun
11
to Jun 16

Bloomsday at Sweny’s Pharmacy

 
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Sweny’s Pharmacy is famously featured in the fifth chapter of Joyce’s Ulysses, known as the ‘Lotus Eaters’ episode. This delightful little shop has survived since 1847 and today still has all its original fixtures and fittings. Now run by volunteers, Sweny’s opens its doors to welcome people on their Bloomsday adventure. Wait by the counter like Leopold Bloom, absorbing the authentic atmosphere. Watch the chemist at work with his herbs and ointments, among "all his alabaster lilypots". Pick up a bar of lemon soap that you can carry with you all day, just like Bloom. Get involved in a reading of Ulysses, enjoy a cup of tea and share epic tales about your own life. You might even get a chance to join in an Edwardian singsong!

From Monday 11 to Friday 15 June, a performance/reading will take place in Sweny’s at 12.30pm (daytime) from the chapter that made it famous, ‘Lotus Eaters’.

On Bloomsday itself, there will be merriment in this hidden Joycean gem throughout the day and into the evening, starting with a Bloomsday Breakfast from 10am at Kennedy’s pub across the street at which there will be readings and performances.

 
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Jun
11
7:30 PM19:30

Joycetime at Dunsink

 
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This pioneering collaboration between the Joycean community and professional astronomers will explore the many references in Ulysses to Dunsink time, astronomical phenomena and astronomers. Readings, discussion, questions - and possibly even a song or two! It will be held in the original meridian room of the observatory, now part of DIAS, the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, where Dunsink time was determined. Contributors will include Professor Luke Drury (DIAS), Des Gunning and Darina Gallagher.

“The clock is worked by an electric wire from Dunsink. Must go out there...”

Free, booking required.

 
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Jun
12
to Jun 17

The Dublin Ulysses Tour (12 - 17 June)

 

David Halpin has been discussing James Joyce's magnificent novel every week since Bloomsday 2016. This acclaimed walking tour begins in one of the city’s most treasured literary pubs - The Palace Bar - and aims to unravel a puzzle and an enigma: why is Ulysses considered one of the greatest novels in world literature? And why is it considered so difficult to read? Starting with a sit-down introduction, the tour develops into a relaxed stroll through south Dublin exploring Joyce’s book and its relationship to the city that is written in his heart. Along the way expect to visit some famous landmarks and impressive artworks, and delight in hearing music, readings, and stories from Joyce’s life and work. If you have read the novel you will relish the experience of having it sharpened into focus by a big fan, and if you have not, this three-hour interactive experience is the perfect introduction.

Tour takes place every day from 12 - 17 June, beginning at 2pm at the Palace Bar, Fleet Street. Booking recommended.

Tickets: €15

 
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Jun
12
to Jun 16

Umbrella Theatre Company Presents: Exiled (12 - 16 June)

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Exiled is an adapted and shorter version of Exiles, Joyce’s only play originally written in 1914/15. Joyce described his play, set in Dublin in the summer of 1912, as three “cat and mouse” acts. This new adaptation, by Gerard Dalton, is set in Dublin 2018.

It concentrates on the intriguing relationship between the three main characters: Richard Rowan, Bertha and Robert Hand. Written after the completion of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and just before beginning Ulysses, Exiles has rarely been performed and explored. This adaptation will shed renewed light on one of Joyce’s most overlooked works.

EXILED will also be performed in the Mill Theatre Studio, Dundrum 6-9 June.

Tickets: €15

 

 

 
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Jun
13
to Jun 17

Strolling Through Ulysses! (13 - 17 June)

 

Written and performed by Robert Gogan, Strolling Through Ulysses! tells the fun-filled story of Joyce's masterpiece, guiding you through the curious events and quirky characters of the novel in a humorous, entertaining and informative manner. Drawing on extracts from the novel which best illustrate the various aspects of Joyce's writing - the comical, the descriptive and the complex - this show helps make this iconic novel accessible to everyone, without compromising its integrity.

Bawdy, irreverent and great fun!

Over 16s only

13 June: The Stag’s Head Pub Theatre, Dame Court, Dublin 2 | 7.30pm

15 June: GPO Witness History, O’Connell Street Lower, Dublin 1 | 6.30pm

16 June: The Dropping Well, Classon’s Bridge, Milltown, Dublin 6 | 1pm

16 June: The Dropping Well, Classon’s Bridge, Milltown, Dublin 6 | 7pm

17 June: GPO Witness History, O’Connell Street Lower, Dublin 1 | 6.30pm

 
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Jun
15
to Jun 16

Bloomsday in the Villages with Dublin City Council

 
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Community spirit is what makes the Bloomsday Festival so special for many Dubliners, who cherish the chance to celebrate their city’s most famous writer in the company of neighbours and visitors alike.

This year, Dublin City Council South East Area have planned a stellar line-up of activities in conjunction with local communities in Beggars Bush, Harold’s Cross, Ranelagh, Rathgar, Sandymount, Terenure and Upper Leeson Street. Have a look at the full schedule and join in the fun this Bloomsday.

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Terenure
(Event organised in partnership with the local community and the Evergreen Centre)


Bloomsday Tea Dance: 15 June | 2pm | The Evergreen Centre, 70 Terenure Road North, Terenure, Dublin 6W - Don your Edwardian garb and dance along to the music of Past Times at this event for older people.



Beggars Bush
(Event organised in partnership with Grainne O’Kelly and BADRA)


The Citizen’s Breakfast: 16 June | 10:30am & 3pm | €15 | Shelbourne Road, Dublin 4 - Breakfast, walking tour and theatre taking in the Shelbourne Road and Beggars Bush. For tickets,
call +353 87 223 0883.



Harold’s Cross
(Events organised in partnership with Harold’s Cross Village Community Council)


Ulysses Goes Wild with Éanna Ní Lamhna: 16 June | 5pm | Harold’s Cross Park, Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6 - Nature tour with RTÉ and TV3 star Éanna Ní Lamhna inspired by the ‘marriage of trees’ from the ‘Cyclops’ episode of Ulysses.


Seven Scenes from Ulysses: 16 June | 6:30pm | Harold’s Cross Park, Harold’s Cross, Dublin - Watch Ulysses come to life on the streets of Harold’s Cross.



Ranelagh
(Events organised in partnership with Ranelagh Arts Centre)


Bloomsday Breakfast: 16 June | 9am | Ranelagh Arts Centre, 26 Ranelagh, Dublin 6 - Enjoy a hearty breakfast accompanied by readings from Ulysses.


Sceptre’s Bloomsday: 16 June | 11am | Ranelagh Arts Centre, 26 Ranelagh, Dublin 6 - Hear about the build-up to and outcome of the 1904 Ascot Gold Cup with actor Michael Judd.



Rathgar
(Events organised in partnership with Rathgar Traders Association)


Ulysses Goes Wild with Éanna Ní Lamhna: 16 June | 3pm | Kiosk, 116B Orwell Road, Dublin 6 - Nature tour with RTÉ and TV3 star Éanna Ní Lamhna inspired by the ‘marriage of trees’ from the ‘Cyclops’ episode of Ulysses.


Seven Scenes from Ulysses: 16 June | 4:30pm | The Vintry, 102 Rathgar Road, Dublin 6 - Watch Ulysses come to life on the streets of Rathgar.



Sandymount
(Events organised in partnership with the Iris Charles Centre and Sandymount Tidy Towns
Community Association)


Bloomsday Breakfast: 16 June | 10am | €10 | Iris Charles Centre, Newbridge Avenue, Sandymount, Dublin 4 - Traditional Bloomsday Breakfast and entertainment at the Iris Charles Centre. For tickets, call Claire on
+353 87 236 8548


Bloomsday on the Green: 16 June | 12pm | Sandymount Green, Sandymount, Dublin 4 - Join a host of Joycean characters for recitals, music, theatre, dance and kidneys!


Upper Leeson Street
(Events organised in partnership with ULSARA)


Bloomsday Readings with Paddy O’Dwyer and Ronan Sheehan: 16 June | 10am | Leeson Barbers, 14 Leeson Street Upper, Dublin 4 - Opening of Leeson Street Bloomsday celebrations.


Bloomsday Brunch: 16 June | 10am | Canal Bank Café, 146 Leeson Street Upper, Dublin - Bloomsday brunch with music by Truly DiVine.


Ulysses Goes Wild with Éanna Ní Lamhna: 16 June | 1pm | Dartmouth Square, Ranelagh, Dublin 6 - Nature tour with RTÉ and TV3 star Éanna Ní Lamhna inspired by the ‘marriage of trees’ from the ‘Cyclops’ episode of Ulysses.


Seven Scenes from Ulysses: 16 June | 2pm | Dartmouth Square, Ranelagh, Dublin 6 - Watch Ulysses come to life in Upper Leeson Street.


Sceptre’s Bloomsday: 16 June | 3pm | O’Brien’s Bar, 8-9 Sussex Terrace, Dublin 4 - Hear about the build-up to and outcome of the 1904 Ascot Gold Cup with actor Michael Judd.


Droolysses by Senan Moloney: 16 June | 9pm | The Leeson Lounge, 148 Leeson Street Upper, Dublin 4 - A humorous, tongue-in-cheek performance about alcohol in Ulysses by
author and journalist Senan Molony

 
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Jun
15
6:00 PM18:00

Bloomsday at The Lilliput Press: Celebrating the Launch of the Mookse and the Gripes by Thomas McNally

 
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The Mookse and the Gripes is James Joyce’s peculiar and hilarious re-telling of Aesop’s ancient fable of ‘The Fox and the Grapes’, as presented in Finnegans Wake (1939). This book consists of over one hundred colour illustrations by Irish artist Thomas McNally that run alongside Joyce’s text. Each illustration is based on a line from the fable; taken together, they help to interpret and illuminate the work. Almost eighty years on from the original publication, this illustrated edition of Joyce’s fable offers to readers a comedic, much needed entry-point into Finnegans Wake, and to its appreciation.

Join us for a night of Joycean words and music to celebrate the launch of this wonderful new book, brought to life by special guest speakers. All washed down with some gorgonzola and Burgundy.

 
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Jun
15
6:30 PM18:30

Bloomsday Quiz Night at Teeling Whiskey Distillery

 
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"The light music of whisky falling into glasses made an agreeable interlude.” – James Joyce

Visit Teeling Whiskey Distillery this Bloomsday Eve, Friday June 15th for a fun evening celebrating the life and works of James Joyce. You will be greeted on arrival with a special James Joyce cocktail in honour of the man himself, before embarking on a special tour curated by Joycean fan and actor Jack Walsh, intertwining the Teeling Whiskey Distillery tour with interesting Ulysses and James Joyce facts and stories.

Following the tour, there’ll be a tasting of Teeling Small Batch whiskey and a Joyce-themed quiz in The Finishing Room, Teeling Whiskey Distillery’s private bar. The quiz is sure to be fiercely competitive so be sure to brush up on your knowledge beforehand, because there’ll be some great prizes to be won!

Tickets: €35

 
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Jun
15
to Jun 16

An Italian Bloomsday at the National Library of Ireland (15 & 16 June)

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The 'untranslatable' Finnegans Wake finds plenty of Italian voices: from translators to actors, from passionate readers to singers and performers. Join us for two events in the very Joycean National Library of Ireland, dedicated to the presence of James Joyce in Italian culture.

On 15 June at 6:30pm, translators Fabio Pedone and Enrico Terrinoni will talk with journalist Edoardo Camurri about the joys and sorrows of translating Finnegans Wake into Italian – and having plenty of fun in the process. Following this, Edoardo Camurri will interview Alessandro Bergonzoni, one of Italy’s most remarkable, visionary and adventurous actors.

On 16 June at 3pm, writer Barry McCrea and singer Simon Morgan will present a selection of Joycean songs in English, Irish and Italian, with some short explanations on the meaning of these songs in Joyce's works.

Free, booking essential.

 
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Jun
15
to Jun 16

Bloomsday at Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre ( 15 & 16 June)

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A Joycean evening: on June 15 at 8pm. A team of actors will perform enlightening extracts from Ulysses, Dubliners, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and more. Tenor Simon Morgan and Soprano Donna Malone will be accompanied by Josh Johnston in songs that James Joyce sang or which feature in his work. Refreshments will be served.

Admission is €15.

Dalkey Schoolroom Scene: on June 16 at 3:30pm, the Nestor Episode from Ulysses will be brought to life before your eyes in a memorable dramatisation featuring school headmaster Mr Deasy and Joyce’s young protagonist Stephen Dedalus. Afterwards, there will be a guided Joycean Walk led by an expert guide, who will explain some of Joyce’s surprising links to the town of Dalkey. Pre-booking essential.

Admission €12.50.

 
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Jun
15
to Jun 16

Ulysses: An Opera (15 & 16 June, 8pm)

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A concert performance of excerpts from a new Irish opera based on James Joyce's masterpiece

Music by Eric Sweeney

Words by James Joyce

Adapted by Andrew Basquille

Produced by Andrea Basquille

Yes, Ulysses is 'operable'. We haven’t changed a word so as to be true to the musicality of Joyce's language. We set out to give the audience an experience of the epic quality of the book in an original way. Eric's bold and dramatic settings complement Joyce's words beautifully. The interior monologues and the 'stream of consciousness' passages lend themselves to work as beautiful and expressive arias. He draws on many of the classical opera, Irish traditional and music hall references in the book so as to create a compelling and challenging work. Joyce’s love of opera is well documented and he regularly attended operas wherever he lived. He will be with us in spirit.

Show begins at 8pm on 15 & 16 June.

Tickets: €20/€15

 
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Jun
16
8:30 AM08:30

Bloomsday Breakfast inside the GPO

 
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Join us for a delectable Bloomsday celebration inside O’Connell Street’s General Post Office, one of Dublin’s most iconic and historically significant landmarks best known for its pivotal role in the 1916 Rising. We’ll start with a full Irish breakfast with a few Joycean flourishes including sauteed liver & kidneys and some gorgonzola & mustard fingers! Afterwards, you can bask in the sun in the courtyard and appreciate the view in this quiet city centre oasis. You’ll then have access to the award winning GPO Witness History Visitor Centre, where you can learn all about the political and social unrest of Joyce's time that would eventually lead to the tumultuous events of Easter 1916.

Tickets: €32

 
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Jun
16
9:30 AM09:30

Vintage City Sightseeing Dublin Bloomsday Bus!

  • Commencing at 9:30am from the Hugh Lane Gallery (map)
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Immerse yourself in the wonderful world of James Joyce and hop on board Dublin’s only FREE Bloomsday tour. Commemorate Leopold Bloom's famous journey throughout Dublin on board a City Sightseeing Bloomsday Vintage Bus Tour. Your live guide will be full to the brim (of his boater) with amusing stories and tales of Joyce's Dublin life. This free vintage Bus Tour will take you to the heart of Joycean Dublin and visit the major city centre landmarks immortalised in Ulysses.

Following your tour of Joyce’s beloved city, the tour will continue on to Glasnevin Cemetery, scene of Paddy Dignam’s funeral. Join the costumed mourners to recreate the funeral procession of ‘Hades’ before taking a Joycean tour of the cemetery.

Get in the spirit and dust off your hand-woven boater hat or high-collared dresses, corsets and wide-brimmed hats ready for an incredible Bloomsday day out!

Places on this ultimate Bloomsday tour are free but limited so booking essential.

 
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Jun
16
10:00 AM10:00

Bloomsday at Howth Castle

 
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“a way a lone a last a loved a long the / riverrun, past Eve and Adam's, from swerve of shore to bend of bay, brings us by a commodius vicus of recirculation back to Howth Castle and Environs." - Finnegans Wake, James Joyce

 Unleash your inner Joyce at Howth Castle this Bloomsday with a magnificent breakfast, inspirational readings and an eclectic medley of evocative live music, followed by a wander in the footsteps of Leopold and Molly through the Rhododendron Gardens to the sacred place where Molly said “Yes”.

 Savour a fine breakfast of devilled kidneys on brioche toast & rocket salad, gorgonzola & spinach sandwiches, leek sausages with smoked ranch beans and sourdough, scones with jam & butter, freshly squeezed orange juice, tea or coffee and maybe a little tipple! Dress in your most authentic and outrageous attire to steal the prize and win the day.

Breakfast sittings begin at 10am & 12pm. 

Tickets: €50

 
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Jun
16
10:00 AM10:00

Bloomsday at Glasnevin Cemetery

 
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"When I die, Dublin will be written in my heart." - James Joyce

On 16 June 1904, Glasnevin Cemetery was the venue for the funeral of the fictional Paddy Dignam, attended by Joyce’s protagonist Leopold Bloom in Ulysses. Today, it’s not unusual to see dedicated Joyceans make the annual trip to Glasnevin in hired horse-drawn carriages; some even rent a hearse for full authenticity.

This year to celebrate this historic date Glasnevin Cemetery Museum will run a series of events including a Joycean themed breakfast & lunch in the Tower Café, a reading of the ‘Hades’ episode of Ulysses performed by the Joycestagers, and a Joycean tour of the cemetery itself.

10am - 3pm: Special Joycean Breakfast and Lunch in the Tower Café.

11.30am: Re-enactment of the funeral procession of Paddy Dignam from the ‘Hades’ episode of Ulysses.

12.15pm: A Joycean Tour of the heart of the Hibernian necropolis, Glasnevin Cemetery, which has many significant links to Joyce’s life and writing.

Tickets: €13/€10

 
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Jun
16
10:30 AM10:30

Bloomsday Walk with Pat Liddy's Walking Tours (10:30am & 2:30pm)

  • Meeting Point: Opposite the Gate Theatre (map)
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This tour is ideal as a first introduction to James Joyce and will celebrate his life and work by walking through the streets of the city he immortalised in his groundbreaking novel, Ulysses. The route will partly follow the book’s main character, Leopold Bloom, in his famous wanderings in the year 1904. Dublin has changed enormously since then, but we will still encounter many of Bloom’s intriguing stops or indeed places associated with Joyce himself along the way.

Our destination will be the renowned Davy Byrne’s Pub, where Bloom paused for lunch of a gorgonzola cheese sandwich and a glass of Burgundy wine.  After the tour, you may independently partake of the same in the company of numerous other Joyceans who will be gathering here with many gaily dressed in the flamboyant costumes of the period.

Tickets: €14 (€12 seniors/students)

 
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Jun
16
11:00 AM11:00

A Journey to Relish at EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

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This year start your Bloomsday journey at EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum in association with Bakehouse. This special Bloomsday Breakfast and Tour will provide a heady Joycean feast for the senses!

Begin at Bakehouse, Irish comfort-food specialists, where you can relish a full Irish buffet breakfast, and for those more adventurous, some mutton kidneys! Costumes are encouraged and spot prizes will be offered for the best dressed. After you’ve satisfied your appetite, our Joycean tour guide in residence will whisk you downstairs to the atmospheric vaults of EPIC the Irish Emigration Museum, Ireland's only digital museum, where we'll follow in Joyce’s footsteps across Europe.

Tickets: €25

 
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Jun
16
11:00 AM11:00

Bloomsday and the Lord Mayor's Coach at the Mansion House

 
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Referred to in Ulysses when Leopold Bloom thinks of the “lord mayor in his gingerbread coach”, the beautiful Lord Mayor’s Coach dates back to 1791 and was made in Dublin by William Whitton of Dominick Street. It was restored in 1975 by Dublin City Council, Inchicore Railway Works and art conservators from the National Gallery and National Museum. On Saturday 16 June, it will be on display on the forecourt of the Mansion House – a rare chance to see the beautiful detail of the Coach up close. The Coach is used at least twice a year when it leads the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Dublin and brings the Lord Mayor to the RDS to open the Dublin Horse Show. The Mansion House will be open to view and there will be readings and musical performances throughout the day to celebrate Ulysses.

 
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Jun
16
12:00 PM12:00

The Three Graces of the Dublin Musical World

 
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A Feast of Joycean Music and Readings

Join us in St. Andrew's Church, known to Joyceans as ‘All Hallows Church’, and indulge in our Italian menus influenced by James Joyce. Menu 1 includes Primi and Secondi courses from ‘The Dead’ accompanied with a glass of ‘The Lass of Aughrim’ by our Tenor, Simon Heapes, topped off with a Dolci course of Balfe’s ‘When Other Lips’. Menu 2 includes a Secondi course of the famous Gunn Brothers with a side order of the Greenore Centre Choir performing ‘Sweet Rosie O'Grady’ and ‘Daisy Bell’. Menu 2 is concluded with a Dolci course of our own ‘Three Graces’ - Rose Byrne, Gillian Pepper and Carmel Heapes performing ‘Seaside Girls’.

Many surprises await as you feast on the words of Joyce and drink in the musical melodies that accompany Joyce's words. The finale is ‘Love's Old Sweet Song’ found in the ‘Lotus Eaters’ chapter of Ulysses in which Joyce immortalised both the song and ‘All Hallows Church’. Thus, like in Dubliners, we conclude that “if they are gone beyond recall, let us hope, at least, that in gatherings such as this we shall still speak of them with pride and affection, still cherish in our hearts the memory of those dead".

 
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Jun
16
6:00 PM18:00

A Play on Ulysses Blackrock

 
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A Play on Ulysses is a unique Bloomsday event in Dublin, a fully dramatised adaptation of Ulysses compressed into 75 action-filled minutes. Eighteen professional actors plus singers, musicians and dancers, combine to provide an entertaining, comic, poignant, enlightening insight into James Joyce’s greatest novel. The play is performed on-street at The Cross in the middle of Blackrock, bringing drama, humour and music straight into the heart of the village.

Nastaise Leddy and Iris Park collaborate to adapt, direct and produce A Play on Ulysses annually, creating an authentic and entertaining experience. Between them they have vast experience of adaptation, directing, writing and production for stage, radio, film and television. The 2017 production attracted an audience of over 400, so come early to get a seat.

The play is supported by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council, Zurich, The Blackrock Business Network, and the retailers and terrific community of Blackrock.

We have a plan for adverse weather conditions, so hail, rain or shine the show will go on!

Free event

 
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Jun
16
8:00 PM20:00

The Many Voices of James Joyce

 
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Relive an Edwardian soirée this Bloomsday in the building where James Joyce received singing lessons in preparation for the 1904 Feis Ceoil. Hosted by Michael Shanley, this evening will see a host of artists ranging from soprano to “base barreltone” performing songs referred to in Joyce’s work, reproducing the sounds of Joyce’s time with arias, ballads, popular and music hall numbers. Colm ‘Stride’ O’Brien, an experienced and accomplished pianist, will provide the accompaniment for the evening.

Contact Michael Shanley at michaelmacshanley@gmail.com or +353 87 357 4850 to book your place.

 
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