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Blooms of Dublin


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A musical for radio with words and music by ANTHONY BURGESS based on Ulusses by JAMES JOYCE
(sung by FRANK Patterson )
(sung by WILLIAM young )
(sung by ALISON HARGAN ) Dublin: 16 June 1904 AD
BRENDAN CAULDWELL rte singers, choral director COLIN MAWBY
RTE PLAYERS, RTE CONCERT ORCHESTRA, leader martin loveday, conducted by PROINNSIAS 0 DUlNN Producer
Directed by JOHN tydemaw. With PAUL MURRAY
(A BBC/Radio Telefis
Eireann co-production)


Music By: Anthony Burgess
Unknown: James Joyce
Sung By: Frank Patterson
Sung By: William Young
Sung By: Alison Hargan
Unknown: Brendan Cauldwell
Director: Colin Mawby
Unknown: Michael Heffernan
Director: Tony Britten
Directed By: John Tydemaw.
Unknown: Paul Murray
Stephen Dedalus: Frank Grimes
Leopold Bloom: Donal McCann
Molly Bloom: Anita Reeves
Buck Mulligan: Barry McGovern
Haines: Jim Reid
Deasy: Joe Lynch
Simon Dedalus: Seamus Fordk
Martin Cunningham: Peter Dix
Power: Ivan Hanly
Joe Hvnes: Patrick Dawson
Tom Kernon: Breandan O'Duill
Myles Crawford: Brendan Cauldwell
Lenehan: Eamonn Keane
Citizen: Godfrey Quigley
O'Madden Burke: Conor Farrington
Bob Doran: Jim Reid
Ned Lambert: Denis Staunton
J J O'Malloy: Coln Hefferon
Gerty: Marcella O'Riordan
Cissy: Kate Minogue
Edy: Cathryn Brennan
Nurse Callan: Daphne Carroll
Dixon: Gerald Fitzmahony
Lynch: Joe Taylor
Pte Carr: Laurence Foster
Bella Cohen: Eileen Colgan
Stephen's mother: Pegg Monahan

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