‘I am a fool perhaps. Boylan gets the plums and I the plum stones. My youth. Never again.
Gibraltar. Evenings like this looking out over the sea, she told me, but clear, no clouds.
Said she always thought she'd marry a lord or a gentleman with a private yacht. Why me?’
While his wife Molly waits in bed for the infamous Blazes Boylan, Leopold Bloom is in Dublin
conversing in pubs, graveyards, press rooms, brothels... and then home. Adapted for stage
by author and Dublin chronicler Dermot Bolger, Ulysses is bawdy, hilarious and affecting,
and celebrates Joyce’s genius for depicting life in all its profundity.
Recommended for ages 16+ (contains strong language and sexual content/adult themes)
Written by Dermot Bolger
Director Andy Arnold
Set & Costume Design Charlotte Lane
Lighting Design Sergey Jakovsky
'This is a piece of theatre to remember, as rich and glorious as an old scratched ruby lying
at the bottom of some infinitely cluttered drawer.' The Scotsman****
'A fluid and supple production by Andy Arnold for the Tron…this is a show to relish.' The Times****
'A funny, touching, provocative and stimulating production.' Irish Theatre Magazine
Ulysses was performed on:
9-11 August, 5pm; 14-17 August, 4pm; 21-24 & 26 August, 4pm; 18 & 25 August, 12.45pm & 7pm
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