The James Joyce Centre are delighted to present this lecture and performance by Darina Gallagher & Sinead Murphy on ‘the Politics of Song in Joyce’. Lectures begin at 6:30pm sharp. Places are free but limited – booking is essential! Reserve your place below or call us on 01 878 8547.
To celebrate 100 years since the publication of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Darina Gallagher and Sinead Murphy return to the James Joyce Centre to present a new programme of songs that reflect the cultural life that surrounded the young James Joyce and helped inspire his first novel. These songs question the concept of […]
We’re delighted to be bringing another exciting programme of events to the table for this year’s Culture Night on Friday 16 September. All events are free and no booking is required, so come along, enjoy some music and learn a little about one of Ireland’s greatest literary talents in the surrounds of our beautiful Georgian […]
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, […]
Steve Gregoropoulos is one of the composers working on Waywords and Meansigns, an international project setting Finnegans Wake to music unabridged. For the project he worked the with book’s third chapter, “The Trial of Earwicker”. Gregoropoulos has read Finnegans Wake. Three times. “The first time I read it like a piece of literature,” he says. […]