What is Bloomsday?
It is a commemoration and celebration of the life of Irish writer James
Joyce (1882 - 1941) observed annually in Dublin and elsewhere 16 June,
the day his 'Ulysses' takes place in 1904, the date of his first outing
with his wife-to-be Nora Barnacle.
The day is names after the novel's protagonist Leopold Bloom.
Join us on Sunday 16th June at the Canberra Irish Club and enjoy
- An introduction to James Joyce and 'Ulysses'
- A performance of 'A Bloomsday reading of Ulysses' by the Irish
- A tasty Irish lunch including traditional favorites such as tae, soda
bread and cake
- $20 per person
Purchase tickets at Trybooking;