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FJT Wednesday Book Club connects to Brian O’Nolan

FJT Wednesday Book Club connects to Brian O’Nolan

‘Unmute yourself, unMUTE yourself!’ ‘It’s down on the left hand side of your screen, you can't miss it.’ ‘It’s a little thingy that looks like a pepper cannister’ ‘Move your curser down and click on it’ ‘OK, ok we can hear you now’ ‘No, you’ve clicked it again’ ‘I...

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Auction of Joyce Death Mask goes ahead

Auction of Joyce Death Mask goes ahead

April 2nd Update: Oh no! - It's happened again! Our Joyce Tower website has been hacked, just as it was last April 1st and, indeed, every April 1st in recent years We feel so foolish. But, I guess you spotted the ruse (and the terrible puns!) - didn't you? In the...

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Joyce Tower Temporarily Closed

Joyce Tower Temporarily Closed

            We regret to inform you that, due to the ongoing situation regarding the Covid - 19 Virus, it has been decided that the James Joyce Tower & Museum will close to the public from today until further notice.   ...

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FJT Readers Shine in Cyclops Adaptation

FJT Readers Shine in Cyclops Adaptation

Fitzgerald’s Theatre Sandycove Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥♥(6 out of 5) ‘A Glorious production’, The Irish Times ‘Had to be there’, Prison Day Release News ‘It takes the biscuit!’ Jacob’s In-house Magazine ‘It was a perfect call!’ Donald J...

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Christmas Debate – FJT Votes Remain!

Christmas Debate – FJT Votes Remain!

Last Thursday evening, while our neighbours across the ‘Snotgreen’ were busy ensuring an imminent and unstoppable ‘Brexit’, the Friends of Joyce Tower Society members had more weighty matters with which to occupy themselves. It was decided by ‘the powers that be’ to...

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FJT Volunteers Visit The Dead – again!

FJT Volunteers Visit The Dead – again!

One of the many benefits of membership of the Friends of Joyce Tower Society (FJT) is the opportunity to participate in the terrific outings and events organised by the society throughout the year. Sometimes, these events are only deadly! Last year for, for example,...

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Is Paul O’Hanrahan the Pied Piper of Sandycove?

Is Paul O’Hanrahan the Pied Piper of Sandycove?

‘What a great experience. Paul was terrific and really engaging – he really made it (Telemachus) so interesting and easy to follow.’ ‘That was just perfect!’ ‘I have never read Ulysses – but I’m going to give it a go after that introduction.’ ‘I loved the way Paul...

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