Thursday Feb 27
The Irish World Newspaper
A river runs through it
Since copyright on James Joyce's works expired at the close of 2011, adaptations of Dubliners, Ulysses, The Dead, and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man have all got good innings, particularly in Ireland.
Putting Portrait Of The Artist on stage
JAMES JOYCE'S A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man comes in the Town Hall Theatre in an imaginative staging from Dublin's New Theatre.
James Joyce and the public domain situation
The anniversary of James Joyce's birthday in 1882, February 2nd, fell on a Sunday this year, so this article comes a day late.
Bringing The Dead to life
"Snow was general all over Ireland," the noted Irish stage actor Barry McGovern intones while reading the famous line from James Joyce's The Dead in a free app for iPads that seeks to bring the heart-rending story to life for the high-tech age.
Saucy meals that will satisfy even the greatest of appetites
RESTAURANTS come and restaurants go. And sometimes they come back again which is the case with the Brazen Head franchise which returned to its old base at the previous Dagwood premises on Cape Road in December.