Stop that!

Enchanting but very dangerous.

This afternoon.

Duke Street, Dublin 2.

Bloomsday celebrations continue outside Davy Byrne’s, a pub which features in the Lestrygonians chapter of Ulysses.

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13 thoughts on “Sirens

  1. bisted

    …I was in Davy Byrnes one Bloomsday listening to a wonderful reading of Lestrygonians…beside me were a group listening attentively and holding texts where I couldn’t even recognise the language…after I found they were Korean…Ulysses is consistently voted the best novel in any language…if you haven’t read it, no problem, but we really don’t need you to tell us…and please, don’t try and make it a virtue…

  2. Dhaughton99

    I walked through that crowd earlier today and there was a lot more there than the pics show and none of them were distancing and had their own Garda escort to keep the plebs away from them.

  3. GiggidyGoo

    The one in the green jacket is already wearing a hat, yet she also holds one up. Worse than golfers :-)

    1. Bertie Theodore Alphege Blenkinsop

      I think the lady on the left is Bryan Smyth’s Mrs, they’ve no airs and graces about them in fairness.

  4. kerryview

    Now I wonder what would happen if a gang of juvenile delinquents were to sit down and start drinking bottles of wine and nibbles? Would our friendly Gardaí suggest that they might ‘move along there’?
    Tips hat.

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