Theatre: Ulysses at the Abbey Theatre (Irish Sign Language interpreted performance)
19 Jul 2018 (Past)
After a sell-out run, the bawdy, vibrant and tumultuous production of James Joyce’s classic is back by popular demand.
Bloom’s odyssey is a pandemonium of live music, puppets, dancing, clowning, bowler hats and kazoos. It’s Ulysses as you’ve never imagined it before, a superbly theatrical homage to Joyce’s chronicle of Dublin life and the greatest novel of all time. Created by Abbey Theatre Director Graham McLaren, our production is absurd, brilliant and oodles of fun.
‘My ideal audience is people who always wanted to read the book but felt daunted. They may be surprised to find that it remains a book about themselves and people they know. They will not leave knowing everything about Joyce, no more than I’ll ever comprehend the fullness of his vision. But I hope they are sufficiently engaged by the human drama; by Bloom’s subtle triumphs; Molly’s all too human contradictions and Stephen’s isolation on the eve of departure, to again start to read this superb chronicle of our capital city: one of the greatest and truest novels of all time.’ – Dermot Bolger
Irish Sign Language interpreted performance: Thursday, 19th July, 7:30pm
Audio-described and captioned performance: Saturday, 21st July, 2:00pm
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