Its official! Ulysses’ Folk House Stone Street , NYC -Annual BLOOMSDAY Celebration – MONDAY 16TH – 2pm-5pm. Colum McCann’s Annual literary celebration, which will include actress Aedin Moloney’s infamous Molly Bloom. Join them for Oysters galore, wonderful readings and some very special surprise guests! http://www.ulyssesnyc.com/special-events
Singer/songwriter Michael Brunnock and Actor John Duddy present an evening based a series of songs written by Michael and inspired by the Life of Roger Casement. The Players Club presents a reading of the informally titled ‘Roger Casement Project’ on Monday 16th June at 8.30pm.
This is a private show, performed in the beautiful historical institution that is the Players Club on Gramercy Park South, NYC http://www.theplayersnyc.org. Members of the public are also welcome, however, if you would like to attend, please contact Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org or Lorcan Otway email@example.com. via email to ensure a seat and ensure that your name may is added to the guest list . There are no walk-ins accepted. There is no cost. The length of the performance is approx 1 hour. www.theplayersnyc.org
Violinist Annette Homann will be peforming with the North/South Consonance Ensemble in a concert of New Chamber Orchestra Music on Tuesday June 17th, at 8 pm at the Christ and St Stephen’s Church120 W 69th street. Admission free
There’s’ a party brewing in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, Friday, June 20th, a rare occurrence dancing on the streets: Catahoula Cajun Band plays at Checker Car Show. AWOW member Deborah Monlux teams up with Checker Car Club of America. It’s a free event. Feel free to check out over 50 Vintage Checker Cars and
Limousines dated from 1922-1982. The sidewalk and street are blocked off. Go to Box Street in Greenpoint between McGuiness and Manhattan Ave to find the entire street blocked off for the music dancing and Car show in Greenpoint Brooklyn, 11222. Car show starts at 3PM, Catahoula Cajun Music starts at 3:45PM – till sunset.
From Brooklyn or Queens, take the G train to the Greenpoint Avenue stop. After exiting, walk North on Manhattan Avenue until you reach Box Street. From Manhattan or Queens, take the 7 train to the Vernon/Jackson stop. After exiting, then walk over the Pulaski Bridge, enjoy the view, and take the first stairway on the Brooklyn side on Box Street. For more directions go to: http://www.checker2014.com/#!directions/c1bfs or visit the site at http://www.checker2014.com