Duke Street Gallery will host the 2nd 'Moments of JOYCE Festival' this Bloomsday on Friday 16th June 5pm - 9pm, with an evening of song, poetry, performance, art, story telling, in conjunction with the Red Bank Wine Tavern.

 

Featuring:

  • 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')
  • Poet JOHN CAMPION
  • Photographs by JOHN MINIHAN
  • 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.
 
 
      

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