Bloomsday in Rathgar - The birthplace of James Joyce

Bloomsday in Rathgar - Friday, 16th July<br />Image: Rathgar Business Association
NEWS / 7 June 2017

Friday, 16th June is Bloomsday. From 2pm - 7pm there will be lots of events around Rathgar Village which is the birthplace of James Joyce.

Dress up and join the fun in Rathgar village!

A troupe of actors will perform 7 mini-scenes in different venes in the village from 2pm. There will be readings from Ulysses at The Rathgar Bookshop and The Vintry. At around 4pm there will be wine and gorgonzola at The Vintry. AIB Rathgar and The O'Brien Press are hosting a reception to celebrate Bloomsday and the publication of "Best Loved Joyce" from 6pm.

Lemon tarts will be served at The Butlers Pantry. There will also be special Bloomsday menus and lots more! Check out the Bloomsday Festival website for many more events around Dublin.

Supported by Dublin City Council and the Rathgar Business Association

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