Tribute to James Joyce at the Market Place Theater in Armagh

Have you ever wondered what it was about and why it was so famous? Now is your chance to find out and have a great evening of fun and entertainment at the same time, with Robert Gogan’s ‘Walking Through Ulysses’, which will be performed at the Market Place Theater in Armagh on 12 February.

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Published 100 years ago in 1922, Ulysses is considered one of the greatest novels ever written. However, despite its reputation, relatively few people have read it.

“When I started performing the show, I had no idea if people would be interested,” Gogan said, “but I found out they definitely are! I guess one of the reasons is that the show is aimed at people who have never read Ulysses, or tried to read it and failed. The show, just like the book, has its bawdy and irreverent moments but it’s also a lot of fun! To most people’s surprise, Ulysses is a very funny book, and Joyce wrote it with every intention of making people laugh.

“Walk through Ulysses!” arrives at the Market Place Theater on February 12. Tickets, priced at £12.50 and £10.50 [concession]can be booked at

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