The Boneshaker celebrate Bloomsday.
An evening for those who dare to sip from the exotic‘stream of consciousness’.
Bloomsday is named after Leopold Bloom, the central character of James Joyce’s famous
novel Ulysses. Published in 1922 amidst much controversy it was banned and even put on
trial for obscenity in the USA. Ulysses reads like a jazz musician’s wild improvisation, a
‘stream of consciousness’. It is celebrated all over the world.
This was the era of prohibition when literature, art, music, theatre, and fashion were breaking
all the rules and there were lots to break! This was the Roaring 20s, the Jazz Age.
Join The Boneshaker for an evening of 20s musical mayhem with a dash of Celtic magic.
+ Late Set
The band will also be playing a Late Set from 11:30pm. Cover will be charged at £4 for guests staying on and £5 on the door.