from Nora Connolly–(no, not that Nora)–friend of the Salon
A CELEBRATION OF JAMES JOYCE’S ULYSSES
On June 16, Blacktooth Productions celebrates Bloomsday, the day on which James Joyce’s Ulysses is set, with readings from the novel and an account of some of the more extraordinary aspects of Joyce’s life.
Nora Connolly and Oengus Macnamara will be doing the readings and there will be music from Martina Schwarz (accordion and vocals).
‘Full Bloom’ takes place on Monday, June 16 in the Lord Palmerston, a lavish gastropub, at 33 Dartmouth Park Hill, Tufnell Park, London NW5. Tickets cost £10 via https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/full-bloom-tickets-11705540587 . The performance starts at 8pm.
Lizzie Harwood has been involved with the Paris Literary Salon from early days and is an extraordinary writer and writing mid-wife: Lizzie Harwood is touting her editorial services to authors or companies in need of a freelance copy-editor, book doctor, ghostwriter, or writing mentor (personal training for writers! bring on the Book Bookcamp!). See www.editordeluxe.com for further details.
Ann Moradian at Perspectives in Motion in Paris has lots on offer in the coming month–for example:
Monday, June 9, 2014 from 12h00-18h00 (20€ one-time offer! )
Colum Morgan and Ann are joining forces to bring their experience of body, being, theatre and voice together to deepen and explore embodied theatre. This first workshop is for actors and movers with performance experience. We welcome your joining us in this exploration!
More info: http://www.perspectivesinmotion.org