Welcome to the James Joyce Centre

The James Joyce Cultural Centre, situated in a stunning Georgian townhouse, offers the visitor historical and biographical information about James Joyce and his influence in literature. See the door to the famous No 7 Eccles Street from “Ulysses”, a recreation of his living quarters in Paris, art exhibitions and more to bring the author and his works to life.


Podcast: James Joyce’s Last Year in France

Et Voilá ! Franco Irish podcast channel sponsored by the Cultural section of the French Embassy in Ireland. The 2 episodes talk about James Joyce last year in St Gérand le Puy in France with Marion Byrne from Association de James Joyce in St Gérand, Darina Gallagher Director in James Joyce Centre, Dr Adrian Paterson NUI Galway, Catherine Gagneux French Hon Consul Connacht & Donegal

Contributors: Olwen Fouéré reading and performance of Tutto e Scoilto and Finnegans Wake, Paraic Breathnach reading and performance of Flower to my Daughter and The Night piece, Aindreas Muldowney Reading of correspondanc, Laure Terchair/ Laure Chartier music for Tutto e Scoilto, Alan Preims Soundcast and Podcast Galway for Recording, editing, music composed

Listen to James Joyce’s Last Year In France Part One by Et Voilà ! on #SoundCloud

https://soundcloud.app.goo.gl/vzvxh

Listen to James Joyce’s Last Year In France Part Two by Et Voilà ! on #SoundCloud

https://soundcloud.app.goo.gl/za41u


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About James Joyce

James Joyce (1882 – 1941) is one of Ireland’s most influential and celebrated writers. His most famous work is Ulysses (1922) which follows the movements of Leopold Bloom through a single day on June 16th, 1904. Ulysses is based on Homer’s The Odyssey. Some of Joyce’s other major works include the short story collection Dubliners (1914), and novels A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1916) and Finnegans Wake (1939). Learn More

Please note that due to staffing issues, we are currently not operating any walking tours as of this time. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.