16 June 7.30pm.
James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’ covers a single day in Dublin: June 16, 1904. Today, it’s known as Bloomsday.
Our celebration, ‘Full Bloom’, captures the rollicking spirit of Joyce’s masterpiece with a series of readings, interspersed with live music.
Two film and TV actors, Veronica Quilligan and Oengus Macnamara, will be doing the readings, which conclude with the final part of Molly Bloom’s astonishing monologue.
Blacktooth Productions is a small, not-for-profit performance group specialising in themed literary events. Past subjects include Bob Dylan and WB Yeats, alongside themes such as Europe, the Animal Kingdom, Great Eccentrics and the Chelsea Hotel.
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