Theatre: Odyssey through Ulysses’ Cyclops is an eye-opener

The key problem for any theatrical version of Ulysses is that so much of the story is told through internal monologues

18th June, 2017
Theatre: Odyssey through Ulysses’ Cyclops is an eye-opener
Graeme Coughlan, Simon Toal, Stephen Dalton, Michael O’Kelly and Paul Kealyn in Cyclops

Cyclops

By Peter Reid (adapted from Ulysses by James Joyce)

The New Theatre, 43 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

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