BLOOMSDAY

JUNE 16TH
BLOOMSDAY

First time in Monaco - a great success!

We enjoyed drama and musical performances by actors from the Monaco-Ireland Arts Society, joined by two pupils from the International School of Monaco (ISM). Accompanied by music on the bodhrán, the audience wandered around The Rock, as Leopold Bloom strolled the streets of Dublin, with many getting into the spirit of the event wearing hats and period costumes to add to the ambiance!

The event kicked off in front of  the Princess Grace Irish Library with Ulysses 'reading stops' at Place du Palais, Place de la Mairie and the sculpture cadre (Giant picture frame near la Porte Neuve).

 

 

Bloomsday takes place every year in Dublin and around the world. It celebrates 16th June 1904, which is the day depicted in James Joyce’s novel ‘Ulysses’. Bloomsday is named after Leopold Bloom, the central character and the novel chronicles Bloom’s adventures over the course of an ordinary day in Dublin.

 

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Outside the Princess Grace Irish Library
Outside the Princess Grace Irish Library
Monaco-Ireland Arts Society and ISM students
Monaco-Ireland Arts Society and ISM students
On the balcony at the Library
On the balcony at the Library
ISM students and Monaco-Ireland Arts Society actors
ISM students and Monaco-Ireland Arts Society actors
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