We look forward to welcoming you to the Tower during the Bloomsday Festival. The Tower is open 10am-4pm Tuesday-Sunday. On Bloomsday, Friday 16 June the Tower will open at 8am. General Visitor free admission to the Joyce Tower Museum from 13th-18th June will be managed by volunteers on a first come basis and restricted during artiste performances. Except for the events, entrance to the Tower cannot be booked in advance.
Bloomsday Festival Programme 2023
Wednesday 14 June
14:00-15:00 | Musical recital “Happy Birthday John McCormack” performed by Noel O’Grady at the Joyce Tower – FULLY BOOKED
18:00-19:30 | Bloomsday Lecture: “Inner Voices of Dublin in Ulysses” with Terence Killeen at DLR Lexicon – FULLY BOOKED
Thursday 15 June
13:00-14:00 | Molly’s Soliloquy – performed by Caitriona Ni Threasaigh at the Joyce Tower – FULLY BOOKED
20:00-21:30 | Recital “Lucia” A Suite for Guitar and Strings, composed and performed by Joe Chester at the Joyce Tower – FULLY BOOKED
Friday 16 June
08:00-10:00 | An Cathaoirlach raises the flag at the Tower with readings by volunteers and visitors
10:00-12:00 | Bryan Murray reading from “Telemachus”
15:00-16:00 | Readings and songs from “Sirens” with Morgan Cooke & Karen Kelly
16:00-17:00 | Druidy Druids recital of Joycean songs including “Bid Adieu”
17:00-18:00 | Il Coro Italiano di Dublino recital of Joycean songs & Italian arias ‘n folk songs
15:00-17:00 | “Telemachus” at the Tower – One man show by Paul O’Hanrahan – FULLY BOOKED
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