Co-Motion Media in association with The Bloomsday Festival and Bachelors Walk Productions
[blockquote_right]Friday 16 Jun at 1:30pm, 6pm + 8pm. Saturday 17 Jun at 3pm + 8pm | Boys’ School [/blockquote_right]
From Oslo to Mayo to Moscow, Declan Gorman’s performance based on James Joyce’s ‘Dubliners’ has enthralled audiences and critics nationally and internationally over the past five years.
Back home for Bloomsday 2017 for five showings only, this is an unmissable slice of Dublin and Joyce’s world by one of Ireland’s most versatile theatre artists.
It begins in London shortly before WW1, in the basement workroom of publisher Grant Richards, who had previously rejected ‘Dubliners’ out of worry it might breach strict obscenity laws.
Now he re-reads the maunscript and recalls his uncomfortable correspondence with the truculent young genius. Should he reconsider and publish now? In all their magical glory, the stories of Dublin come to vivid life around him.
“Gorman holds the audience enraptured… a truly mesmersing performance” – Metro Herald
“Comic… Ingenious” – Mail on Sunday.
“A compelling performer… animated and intelligent.” – Irish Theatre Magazine
Production Associate: Bern Deegan
Directed by Gerard Lee
Booking strongly advised.
Running time : 50 mins
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