Come to the DAI to celebrate the works of renowned 20th Century Irish author, James Joyce!
From June 10th to June 16th we'll be paying homage to the man behind such classics as Dubliners (1914), A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1916), Ulysses (1922), and Finnegan's Wake (1939) with a variety of activities!
Monday June 10th --> 20:00
The DAI will be screening the film Bloom by Sean Walsh.
Cost: €4 bis €10
For more information about the film: Bloom (2003)
For more information about the screening and tickets: Bloom Screening
Wednesday June 12th -->19:30
The DAI is proud to welcome Dr. Bernd Hirsch from the University of Heidelberg's Anglistisches Seminar.
"Stattlich und feist ...": Ulysses zur Einführung, Vortrag Dr. Bernd Hirsch
Entry to the Vortrag is free!
For more information: Vortrag
Friday June 14th -->20:00
The DAI is thrilled to welcome Robert Berry for a public reading of
his graphic novel adaptation of James Joyce's most famous work, Ulysses "Seen."
Cost: €4 bis €10
To catch a preview of Berry's fantastic work: Ulysses "Seen"
For more information about the public reading and tickets: Berry's Reading
Saturday June 15th --> 20:00
Rounding out the Bloomsday festivities, the DAI is happy to present
a public reading of James Joyce's Ulysses by celebrated voice
and theater actor and Heidelberg native, Rufus Beck.
For those unfamiliar with Beck's work, he is the voice actor behind
the German adaptations of JRR Tolkien's Lord of the Rings
and JK Rowling's Harry Potter.
The evening is topped off with the talented Irish music band Fleadh!
Cost: €6 bis €12
For more information on Rufus Beck: Rufus Beck
You can also visit his personal website (auf Deutsch) here: Rufus Beck.DE
For more information about the public reading and tickets: Beck's Reading
And make sure to check out Fleadh's homepage as well: Fleadh
Sunday June 16th "Bloomsday"; 17:00
Join us for a walk around beautiful Heidelberg during the Ulysses Walk. Readings from James Joyce's Ulysses will be read aloud (auf Deutsch) at various city locations. Barbara Walz, Ralf Keifert, Konrad Lamour, and Thomas Knorra will be the guest readers.
17:00 Hexenturm, Innenhof Neue Uni
For more information: Ulysses Walk
To help set the mood, check out a reading from the author himself!
James Joyce reading an excerpt from Ulysses
*Photo courtesy of Wikipedia.org