Back by popular demand, Robert Gogan returns to The Stag’s Head Pub, on Dame Court with his fun-filled 75 minute one-man show, Strolling Through Ulysses! every Sunday from March 5th, 2017.
March 5th – November 26th @ 1.30pm & 5.30pm – every Sunday.
The Stag’s Head, a charming Victorian pub, is full of Dublin character and is an ideal venue for the show. Enjoy a pint, lunch or an evening meal (available to be consumed during the show) as you are transported back to 1904 Dublin, and guided through the curious events and quirky characters of Ulysses, in a humorous, entertaining and informative manner. Bawdy, irreverent and great fun!
Over 16’s only
View Tripadvisor reviews at: http://bit.ly/29v6m66
View excerpts of the show on Youtube at: https://youtu.be/JGSUIR5KtuA
Tickets available through Eventbrite and Fáilte Ireland tourist outlets. Or just pay at the door.
Robert Gogan : 0862300222
The Stag’s Head Pub: phone: (01) 679 3687
Gogan is an engaging and well-rehearsed raconteur. His edited selection of excerpts cut right to the heart of Ulysses ….. succeeds in making Joyce accessible even to those who have only the sketchiest context for the work – The Sunday Business Post
A hugely energetic and insightful presentation on the humour of Ulysses which sent the audience out with a smile and with a new understanding of Joyce’s masterpiece. Sean Kelly, Director, Out to Lunch Arts Festival Belfast 2016
Robert gave an incredible performance, brilliant energy and acting, first class communicator, introduced and encouraged everyone to read Joyce. Not to be missed. Brendan Flynn, Director, Clifden Arts Festival 2016.
Funny, witty and most entertaining. Everyone loved it and enthused over his fast moving delivery, making Ulysses special for all. – PJ Murphy, Swenys
Inspirational and entertaining! Bob Johnston, The Gutter Bookshop, Temple Bar
A witty, versatile show, ideal for those of us who aspire to understanding Ulysses. Cleverly adapted and scripted to showcase Joyce’s masterpiece. Máire O’Halloran, The Clifden Bookshop, Galway