Following on from the success of last years Bloomsday at the Duke Street Gallery, this years programme at the ‘Moments of Joyce Festival 2017’ combines a diverse gathering of singers, writers, academics, politicians, historians and some short films. Honoring James Joyce in the environs of the Duke Street Gallery, the guest list includes;

PATRICK BERGIN (Readings from ‘Ulysses’)
SHAY HEALY (sings his song ‘Finnegan, Are You Really Dead’)
PAT MURPHY (a conversation of her feature film ‘Nora’)
NOEL O’GRADY (Ode to James Joyce – Portrait of a Tenor)
DECLAN COLLINGE (The Volta Cinema)
CATHERINE ANN CULLEN (premiers ‘Molly Alone’)
PJ MURPHY, Sweny’s Pharmacy (The Pleasure of Knowing James Joyce)
RICHARD BOYD BARRETT ( The Irish Revolution)
RONAN SHEEHAN (The Invincibles)
JOYCE REDMOND (the inspiration for the song ‘Galway Girl’)
KEVIN BARRINGTON (Recites his poem’ Bloomsday Denny’)​
SHONA MURRAY (Recites poem ‘Finn’s Hotel’)
Paintings by TOM BYRNE
Sculpture by John Behan RHA
screening: CARL FINNEGAN’s ‘Two Gallants’
screening: DENNIS COURTNEY ‘Araby’
screening: JOHN DOHERTY ‘The Show Must Go On’
screening: TIM BOOTH ‘Ulys’
+ special guests.

With introductions by Sé Merry Doyle.

Moments of Joyce Festival 2017
Bloomsday 16th June 4pm – 8pm
Duke Street Gallery, 17 Duke Street, Dublin 2

Sponsored by Dublin City Arts Office, Dublin Town & Irish Distillers

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