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.
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.