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Bloomsday Rostrevor
Wednesday 16 June 2021 12:30am  
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Wednesday 16 June 2021, 12:30am

Bloomsday in Rostrevor this Wednesday!

Pop up readings outside the Rostrevor Book Club from 12.30pm. Dress up and join the fun at the only place in the north mentioned in James Joyce’s famous novel to which a named character comes - it's Miss Douce, a barmaid at the Ormond Hotel in the Sirens episode.

Listen to a collection of readings from Ulysses which organisers are presenting online together with some of the material from last year’s Bloomsday and you can view the programme throughout the day on our You Tube Channel with a new premiere every hour from 12.00 to 8.00pm. 


Location Rostrevor Book Club
Bridge Street

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