Wednesday 26 July 2017

Bloomsday – what’s on when and where?

Events across the city for Bloomsday, Friday, June 16

Bryan Dobson and Lorraine Keane launch the 24th annual bike rally in aid of the Irish Youth Foundation, which will take place on Bloomsday
Bryan Dobson and Lorraine Keane launch the 24th annual bike rally in aid of the Irish Youth Foundation, which will take place on Bloomsday
Aoife Kelly

Aoife Kelly

The Bloomsday Festival has been running since Monday and culminates with a host of events on the big day itself.

From Bloomsday Breakfast at The James Joyce Centre to a Bloomsday reading with David Norris at Meeting House Square, here's what's on, where, and when...

The James Joyce Centre, 35 North Great George’s Street

8am, 10am and 12 Noon                                 

Bloomsday Breakfast

10am to 5pm                                                     

‘Joycestick’: Virtual Reality Ulysses

2.30pm & 4.30pm                                             

Bloomsday Afternoon Tea

10am & 1.30pm                                                

The Bloomsday Bus

9am-5pm (every half hour)

Bloomsday Guided Tour

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John Shevlin from North Great Georges Street dressed as James Joyce at the Joyce Centre during Bloomsday. Photo: Steve Humphreys

 

Meeting House Square, Temple Bar

3pm

Bloomsday Readings & Songs with Poet Stephen James Smith.

Readers and performers will include : ,John Cummins ,Senator             

David Norris, Maureen O'Sullivan TD, Marion McEvoy, Ciara Ni É,

Clarabelle Murphy, John Shevlin,  Christiano Obaro, Lewis Kenny,

Eithne Ni Cathain, Pat McGrath,Maeve O'Mahoney, Richard  

Guiney, Derek Brennan, Neil Murray, Raven, The People's College

Choir, Cahal  Stephens, Amilia Stewart and Roger Gregg.

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Seanator David Norris and Panti Bliss who took part in the Bloomsday Readings in Meeting House Square in Temple Bar.

10.30am to 1.30pm

Wandering Rocks: Journey Inside Ulysses

 

City Hall, Dame Street    

7pm

Anthony Cronin: A Celebration

Senator David Norris, Pat McCabe, Anne Enright, Anne  Haverty, Theo Dorgan, Dermot Bolger,  Christine Dwyer Hickey and Donal Lunny,                

 

Bewley’s Café Theatre, Powerscourt Centre

59 South William Street

1pm and 3pm

Dubliners Women

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John Kenny and Karen Carty in Meeting House Square

 

The Liquor Rooms :Wellington Quay

8pm

The Poetry Brothel: Penelope

 

Sandycove Point, Glenageary

10am to 6pm 

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