Waywords and Meansigns is a large-scale project setting the Wake to music unabridged, with each chapter set to music by a different person or group. While the project features readers and musicians from around the globe, a large number of the contributors are British. Neil Campbell, a mainstay of British fringe and experimental music scenes, […]
The James Joyce Centre, Benjamin Dwyer and the Association of Irish Composers are proud to present this very special concert celebrating the life and work of Irish composer Frank Corcoran. Featuring a keynote address by Benjamin Dwyer, a number of performances by world-class musicians and even a few world premières for good measure, this is […]
Join us on October 4th for a Joycean celebration featuring a special 5 course meal and poetic performances that will take you back in time to the 1800s.
On Thursday 7 January 1904 Joyce wrote ‘A Portrait of the Artist.’ The essay was written in a notebook belonging to his sister Mabel, and Joyce offered it to John Eglinton for publication in Dana, a new magazine of which Eglinton was one of the editors. However, Eglinton rejected it. The essay, dated 7 January 1904, […]
Founded in 1988 by Augustine Martin of UCD, the James Joyce Summer School is one of the foremost gatherings in the Joycean calendar. Each year scholars and lovers of Joyce gather from all corners of the globe to celebrate and analyse the work of this great writer. A unique aspect of the school is the […]