From the Irish Independent, dated Tuesday 17 June: “Actress Elizabeth P Moynihan’s reading of Molly’s soliloquy went down a storm, while Gavin Friday’s Nighttown song, accompanied on the kazoo, was the highlight for many. “Beautiful, sinister, melodic, whispering”, enthused Senator David Norris.”

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Dubliners may have spotted Gavin on posters (pdf / Jpg) promoting ‘ReJoyce Dublin 2004’, the Bloomsday Centenary Festival, around their city. Rejoyce Dublin has asked Irish directors to film extracts from Ulysses. Director Shimmy Marcus (Headrush, Aidan Walsh – Master of the Universe) decided to focus on racism and anti-semitism. He filmed Gavin and Maurice…

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Gavin and Maurice will appear at the James Joyce Center on Bloomsday, June 16th between 8am and 11.30 am. They will be performing one song. Tickets are 10 Euro. Bookings: joycecen@iol.ie, tel 00 353 1 8788547. Last year they performed Fatal Flower Garden at this yearly event.

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Gavin’s been invited to speak at the James Joyce Centre’s Bloomsday event (‘Guinness Bloomsday Breakfast’) on Sunday June 16th, in Dublin: ‘….a variety of people distinguished in their fields of arts, academia, business, media and politics’. Other guests include Louis le Brocquay, Gay Byrne, Senator David Norris and the British Ambassador. Gavin will be reading…

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