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Top 5 tips to celebrate Bloomsday

James Joyce’s novel Ulysses is set on the 16th June 1904 and has become known as Bloomsday, after the book’s anti-hero Leopold Bloom. Both he and Stephen Dedalus journey across Dublin, experiencing all of life in one day. Meanwhile, Bloom’s wife Molly is in bed entertaining man-about-town Blazes Boylan. Here are our top 5 tips Continue reading


Romping through Gulliver's Travels by At it Again!

Romping through Gulliver’s Travels Launch

Romping through Gulliver’s Travels by At it Again! Launch   Join At it Again! to celebrate the launch of their new book, Romping through Gulliver’s Travels, in the wonderful setting of Books Upstairs Cafe on Thursday, 2nd March at 6.30pm. Spend a fun evening with At it Again! who are the creative heads behind the Continue reading


Bringing Dubliners to Life

Here at At it Again! we love stories that are closely linked to a city or place. It’s fascinating to be able to walk the same streets as the characters and imagining meeting them. Have you seen our graphic guide Romping through Dubliners, a fun and interactive take on Irish writer James Joyce’s fifteen short Continue reading


Christmas Card by At it Again! based on The Dead from James Joyce's Dubliners

At it Again! Christmas Card featured on the Daily Edge

“His soul swooned slowly as he heard the snow falling faintly through the universe.” – The Dead, Dubliners, James Joyce. We swooned ourselves when we made it onto the Daily Edge with our new Christmas Card based on James Joyce’s short story The Dead from Dubliners. They have selected it as one of their wonderfully Irish alternative Christmas cards. Continue reading


Romping through Dracula by At it Again!

How to celebrate Halloween – Dracula style

It’s time to celebrate Hallowe’en. Dracula will be your guide as you get sucked into a world of castles, crypts and climaxes. 1 Clontarf Bram Stoker’s Gothic tale begins with Jonathan Harker travelling to Dracula’s castle in Transylvania. Take a trip to the coastal suburb of Clontarf on Dublin’s northside. See Bram Stoker’s birthplace at 15 Continue reading