A Bloomsday Walking Tour: Through Nighttown to Eumaeus
Celebrate the approaching Bloomsday with an exciting event! On Friday, 16th June, take part in the Bloomsday Walking Tour: "Through Nighttown to Eumaeus." Accompanied by the knowledgeable historian Hugo McGuinness, delve into the vibrant history of the Monto area, formerly known as Dublin's infamous red light district. Enclosed by Talbot, Amiens, Gardiner, and Gloucester (now Seán McDermott) Streets, Monto holds a significant place in Leopold Bloom's journey, as portrayed in James Joyce's Ulysses.
This two-hour walking tour will take you through the heart of James Joyce's Monto, unravelling the connections to Ulysses as they exist today. Gather at the meeting point on Talbot Street, beside Grainger's pub, conveniently located near Connolly Station. From there, the adventure begins, led by Hugo McGuinness, an expert in Joyce's work and the history of Monto.
Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to traverse the footsteps of Leopold Bloom and delve into the rich tapestry of Joyce's literary masterpiece. Book your spot now for the Bloomsday Walking Tour: "Through Nighttown to Eumaeus" by visiting the following link: Eventbrite link.