Social Programme

Thursday, 2 February 2012

14:00-16:00 Registration

Venue: “Social Space” at the School of English, QUB
(Directions at the door of the School of English) 2 University Square, Belfast, BT7 1NN, United Kingdom

The Mulholland Organ at the Ulster Hall which drew Joyce's attention to the venue as a possible site for a cinema. Joyce visited the Ulster Hall during his one trip to Belfast and included it as the venue in which Molly Bloom would "sing at a swagger affair" nine days after the events of Ulysses.

16:00-17:00 Guided tour of Ulster Hall

19:30- Conference dinner

Venue: Molly’s Yard
1 College Green Mews, Botanic Avenue, Belfast BT7 1LW

Friday, 3 February 2012

18:30-20:30 FW reading group session (Convenor: Dr. Fritz Senn)

Text of focus: Finnegans Wake, page 143, question 9.
Venue: Bookfinders’ Cafe
47 University Road, Belfast,
United Kingdom, BT7 1ND

19:45- Ulster Orchestra: Nordic Connections

JoAnn Falletta,Conductor
Grieg’s Holberg Suite 21’, MacMillan’s Veni, Veni, Emmanuel 26’, Sibelius’s Symphony No.5 30’

Venue: Ulster Hall

For those delegates who elect not to attend the Reading Group, we do have available tickets to this concert at the Ulster Hall. Please contact the organisers by 30 January if you would like to attend, as we will be able to get a discounted price of £14.40 if there is enough interest.

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