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Join us for Bloomsday 2012

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An Irish cultural event of music and drama to celebrate the work of James Joyce


The Here Comes Everybody Players 

On Friday & Saturday, June 15 & 16 at 8:00pm 

At the Irish International Immigrant Center

100 Franklin Street, Boston MA 02110 

(Lower level)

Make a night of it!

Reception after each performance.

Pre-performance dinner deals offered at the Elephant and Castle Restaurant on Devonshire Street, and also at Emmet's Pub and Restaurant on Beacon Street. 


Suggested donation: $25 per person. 

All proceeds benefit the Irish International Immigrant Center programs and services to the immigrant community.


Limited Seating. 

Make your reservation by calling 

(617) 542-7654 ext. 43 or writing

Please forward this email invitation to your friends and family. 

Thank you for your support.


Check out the new Here Comes Everybody Players


Bloomsday 2012 features dramatizations of excerpts from Ulysses, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Finnegans Wake.

Ulysses is one of the most extraordinary books of the 20th century.


Bloomsday 2012 promises to be thought-provoking, funny, moving, and true to Joyce’s work.

Each June 16, the work of great Irish author James Joyce is recognized around the world. "Bloomsday" named after Ulysses' lead character Leopold Bloom, celebrates that novel and is set in Dublin on June 16 1904.

The Here Comes Everybody Players is a Boston-based theater group that focuses on dramatic interpretations of Joyce’s literary work.


Jean Sheikh


Ann Carpenter

Donal O’Sullivan

Jean Sheikh

Cahal Stephens

Josh Way


Stephen Mark Brown


Linda Papatopoli

Production Manager:

Cahal Stephens

Production  Assistant:

Ally Tzovaras



The Irish International Immigrant Center is a multiservice center providing help for people from 120 countries by supporting them in finding their place in our shared society. Advocating for social change, our vision is one of an integrated society in which all people are treated with respect, dignity and enjoy equal opportunities. Learn more about our life-changing programs and services. Please consider making a donation to support our mission.




The IIIC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. All donations are tax-deductible.



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