Presented by Dr. Derek Hand. Lectures begin at 6.30pm sharp. Spaces are free but limited, book either by reserving a ticket online or by calling the James Joyce Centre: 01-8788547.
Back in November we shared this lovely short documentary about Dublin’s old ‘picture houses’, as described by the Dublin residents that attended them back in the day. James Joyce famously founded the Volta Cinema, Ireland’s first dedicated cinema, on Mary Street in 1909. Unfortunately, only a year later Joyce was contacted regarding closing the cinema […]
Join us on 16 June 2012, at 7pm in the Mont Clare Hotel for an evening of recitations, song and great fun! Tickets €5 per person and must be reserved in advance by email, as numbers are strictly limited. Joycean dress recommended! For more info, visit Sweny’s website: www.sweny.ie.
James Joyce Institute of Ireland Annual pre-Bloomsday Walk: Sunday 10th June 2.00 pm. No charge. This year’s walk follows the ‘Cyclops’ episode of Ulysses, with ad hoc readings and dramatisations in the original settings. The event is open to the public and there is no charge. Bring a copy of Ulysses if you have one. […]
Lincoln’s Inn In this authentic and historic Victorian bar, one will enjoy decorative bicycles of the time and the greatest and warmest hospitality. Bloomsday lunch served all day from midday. Nora Barnacle’s stew in the original venue that Joyce courted Nora Barnacle. Lincoln’s Inn will be open from 11.30 till late thoughout the festivities. €8 […]