Celebrating James Joyce since 1994

The Bloomsday in Melbourne (Australia) festival occurs annually on 16 June.
It celebrates James Joyce’s novel Ulysses – its humour, its challenge to rethink the world, its experimentalism.

It aims to show that Ulysses is for everyone.


What’s coming up…..

Bloomsday Festival 2016  – A Year of Centenaries, so what better than a theatrical adaptation of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, at fortyfivedownstairs, 45 Flinders Lane, with Seminar and Dinner at Papa Goose – we’re gearing up for a blockbuster!

Bloomsday’s third commemoration of the 1916 Easter Rising will be staged in August:

a play, Convicted on a Comma:The Trial of Roger Casement written and directed by Brian Gillespie, is nearing completion and will be performed on Saturday 6 August 2015 at Moonee Ponds Courthouse Museum, at 2.30pm and 7.30pm. This is a world premiere!



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