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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


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Trinity Welcome Village

  At it Again! kicked into touch at the Trinity Welcome Village from 1st – 3rd September. The event was organised for the Aer Lingus College Football Match between Boston College and Georgia Tech. Over the three days we entertained visitors including the Lord Mayor of Dublin with our literary shenanigans from quizzes to readings Continue reading


Aer Lingus College Football match

At it Again! at the Aer Lingus College Football Match

American College Football will return to Ireland for the third time in five years with the Aer Lingus College Football Classic between Boston College and Georgia Tech at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium on Saturday, 3rd September, 2016.   As part of the event Trinity College is hosting a Welcome Village with stalls and entertainment running from Continue reading


How to create your own Bloomsday

James Joyce’s Ulysses The story of James Joyce’s novel Ulysses is set on the 16th June 1904. This day has become known as Bloomsday, after the book’s anti-hero Leopold Bloom. It is celebrated every year around the world. As the main characters Leopold Bloom and Stephen Dedalus journey across Dublin, they experience all of life Continue reading


Romping through Dubliners pocket guide by At it Again!

Romping through Dubliners Launch

At it Again! launch Romping through Dubliners New Romping through Dubliners pocket guide by At it Again! Join us on the eve of James Joyce’s birthday to celebrate the launch of our new book, Romping through Dubliners, in The James Joyce Centre. ​Spend a fun evening with the four creative heads behind Romping through Ulysses. Continue reading