Wonderland Theatre 2003-2009
Wonderland Productions proudly presents
Dubliners - now on CD
by James Joyce
adapted by Alice Coghlan
Following on the critical and popular success of their James Joyce's Dubliners audio walk, Wonderland's Dubliners is now available for you to listen at home on CD.

Wonderland's three-hour 3-CD set features ten classic stories from Dubliners, told and performed by a large ensemble cast of twenty-two celebrated Irish actors led by the renowned Joycean actor Barry McGovern.

SPECIAL EVENTS THIS SUMMER for Bloomsday:

The Dubliners Literary Pub Crawl,
15th and 29th June.
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Dubliners by bike, a guided bike tour, 15th and 16th June.
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Listen to the trailer: click here

Our 3-CD set is now on nationwide release and is available to buy from all good book and CD shops for RRP €19.99, as well as online.

BUY ONLINE:

Order online: click here
or buy and listen instantly through iTunes.

BUY IN STORE:

In the Dublin area, it is currently available to buy at the James Joyce Centre, Swenys Pharmacy, Chapters Bookshop, Tower Records, Celtic Note, Books Upstairs, The Winding Stair Bookshop, Golden Discs, Glasnevin Cemetery, Claddagh Records, the College Green Tourist Office, Hodges Figgis and the Book of Kells Bookshop.

TRACK LISTING:

CD 1. The Sisters / An Encounter / Eveline / Two Gallants / The Boarding House
CD 2. A Little Cloud / Counterparts / A Painful Case / Grace
CD 3. The Dead

(Total Running Time 2 hours 55 minutes)

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Download the cover and inside information here:

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Dubliners CD cover

What the critics say:

"I'm transported to a different world. Flickering all around me, in this other universe, are the sounds of James Joyce's Dublin, from church bells to Victorian parlour songs. And inside my head are the rhythms and cadences of Joyce's Dubliners.... you're listening to beautifully written, beautifully performed stories through headphones... Layers of history peel away from buildings as you pass.
The overwhelming impression left by this tour is one of pulsating life. It's a joyous celebration not just of Joyce but of parts of Dublin that many natives, never mind tourists, rarely see...Joyce would love it."
- Arminta Wallace, Irish Times.

"A fantastic treat for any Joyce enthusiast... the voices of the actors, framed beautifully by the vibrant and atmospheric background sounds, bring the world of James Joyce's Dublin to life, and represent this era as something which has never been lost.
It is ours to gain.

Across all of these stories, Wonderland Productions have produced a fantastic mix of voices, which bind together to create something truly authentic. Humour, sadness, grief, passion and hope are running themes, and despite the difference in era, these stories still remain universally relevant.

A highlight of this work is certainly the spine-tingling adaption of 'The Dead'."

- The Public Reviews

"The acting cast is wonderful - melodious Dublin accents skip their way through the stories, inviting you to become part of each event."

- Quality Waffle

"Barry McGovern shows great versatility and skill. I particularly liked his Old Cotter and old man in An Encounter."
- Dublin Culture

Read more reviews of our Dubliners audio tour here.






Credits
From Wonderland Productions Ltd.

For Distribution Enquiries please contact: Indi Entertainment.
Tel: 01 419 5062 / 419 5064 / 419 5053
E-mail: sales@indientertainment.ie
ISBN/Catalogue Number: 9781782800064

Director and Adaptor: Alice Coghlan
Sound Design: Tommy Foster and Alma Kelliher
Photography: Eugene Langan
Cast: Barry Mc Govern, Billie Traynor, Damien Devaney, Connolly Heron, Cormac McDonagh,
David Ferguson, Jim Roche, Sarah O'Toole, Stephen Jones, Daithí Mac Suibhne,
Caroline O'Boyle, Dave Fleming, Shona Weymes, Lizzy Morrissey, Susan Davey,
Amy Therese Flood, Nora Keneghan, Sarah Bradley, Ruaidhrí Ó Murchadha, Aela O'Flynn
and Steve Wilson.
Recorded at Dublin City FM.