Ulysses at the Project Arts Centre, 6 – 10 November 2012

While his wife Molly waits in bed for the infamous Blazes Boylan, Leopold Bloom is in Dublin conversing in pubs, graveyards, press rooms, brothels….and then home.

Adapted for stage by celebrated author and Dublin chronicler, Dermot Bolger, and produced by Glasgow’s award winning Tron Theatre Company, Ulysses is hilarious, sex-driven and brilliant. The show will run between 6 – 10 November at the Project (tickets can be purchased through www.projectartscentre.ie) before venturing to Cork’s Everyman Palace Theatre from 12 – 17 November (http://www.everymanpalace.com).

‘…a brilliant re-imagining of Joyce’s world in theatrical terms, at once faithful to the original and yet in itself a fresh and vigorous work of art…’ – Fintan O’Toole

‘[Ulysses is] the book to which we are all indebted, and from which none of us can escape’ T.S. Eliot’…exquisitely realised production… one of the best things Arnold has done…’ – Neil Cooper, The Herald Scotland

‘…this is a piece of theatre to remember’ The Scotsman