Bloomsday Irish Hungarian Evening -Invitation (Brussels)
Annual Bloomsday Irish Hungarian Evening Invitation Protected content
Please note change of venue- Music Corner has
temporarily closed and event will now take place two doors way, at Da Bruno.
Joyce lived in Trieste’so now we also celebrate the Italian Connection!!!!
We still have about 15 places, if you can not register on time for the buffet ,you can come along and have another dish!!!
Da Bruno Restaurant Tipica cucina Italiana dei veri Sapori Mediteranei
Rue Froissart,43 A, Brussels – Protected content
2 Doors from the Music Corner and opposite the Irish Permanent Represenation
Bloomsday Irish -Hungarian Evening
With Music Recital
by Dénes Dosztán
Date: Saturday June 16, Protected content 20.h.30 till late
Da Bruno Restaurant with terrace (Two doors from the Music Corner and opposite Irish Permanent Representation ) Rue Froissart 43 A, Protected content Schuman –Direction Place Jourdan -4 minutes walk) Meat and Fish Buffet 15 euro with many extras –Registration advised and for logistics: reserve to guarantee your seat to:irish.in.europe.brusselsgmail.com
by 18.00 on Friday 15 June ,late registration up to 14.00 on Saturday but buffet not guaranteed ……!!!
Other Restaurant Menu options Available
Bloomsday on the 16th of June is celebrated as a holiday by scholars and fans of Ulysses, the novel by James Joyce. It was on this day that the events of the novel took place in Dublin in Protected content .
Bloomsday is named after Leopold Bloom – a Hungarian, the middle-aged advertising salesman who is the protagonist of the famous book by Joyce, which was published in Protected content along in the fashion of Protected content in your own country traditional costume if you wish.
There will be readings from Ulysses with a special recital by Dénes Dosztán (Violinist, Pianist and Teacher Protected content of Irish and Hungarian music that was played in Hungary and Ireland in Protected content . Look out for the Celtic Nations Mid-Summer BBQ on June 21 and the “Crossing Borders on the Terrace” integration network events during the summer.
Organised by the Irish in Europe Association (International) AISBL