2018 Performers, Storytellers, Authors and Scholars
Reading and storytelling performances, panel discussions, walking tours, live music, food, theatre and much more.
Take a look at the 2018 program. Registration opens May 1.
News and Views
Joyicity December 2020
Joyicity, December 2020 In this issue: A word from the President, Kevin Wright Background on The Midnight Court, our upcoming Zoom performance on January 6th, from Elsa Bolam A brief history of Bloomsday Montréal, by past President David Schurman The Wagner-Joyce...
“No Pen, No Ink…”
Disease epidemics have been the inspiration for many a writer and his work. Boccaccio wrote his Decameron at the time of the Black Death in 1348. A recent article in the Guardian newspaper asked whether Shakespeare wrote King Lear in the lockdown of 1606. Even...
Joyicity March 2020
In this issue: A word from our new President, Kevin Wright Recap of our celebration of James Joyce's birthday First tentative schedule for our 2020 Festival! Events around town A blog post on Finnegans Wake's Multifractal Structure A word from the President As...
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Festival Bloomsday Montréal in Photos
(Photos by Thomas Bock – Thomas Bock Creative)
Festival Bloomsday Montréal Video & Media
With Love From Dublin: Bloomsday Montréal Greeting
In 2016 Montreal’s Mayor Coderre declared Montreal and Ireland as ‘twin cities’. In this spirit of fellowship the Lord Mayor of Dublin and Dublin City Council, have gifted us at Festival Bloomsday Montréal 2017 with this lovely video greeting.