Lifestyle Bloomsday 2016: Where to celebrate in NYC By Emily Schienvar firstname.lastname@example.org June 16, 2016 9:31 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Bloomsday, an annual celebration of all things James Joyce, takes place on June 16, the single day in 1904 that Joyce's epic novel "Ulysses" centers around. If Irish culture is your cup of tea or the Molly Bloom soliloquy makes your heart sing, check out this list of places to celebrate the holiday. Ulysses’ 13th anniversary festival Photo Credit: Ulysses NYC via Facebook The Greek- and Irish-themed restaurant Ulysses' Folk House celebrates its 13th anniversary in conjunction with Bloomsday with readings, food, music and complimentary drinks. Ulysses' Folk House, 95 Pearl St., 11 a.m. until closing, ulyssesnyc.com Bloomsday on Broadway XXXV Photo Credit: Symphony Space via Facebook This marathon event features readings from "Ulysses" by actors and other Joyceans, in addition to celebrating the 100th anniversary of "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man." Fionnula Flanagan will be reading the Molly Bloom soliloquy and a special tribute will be offered to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising. Peter Jay Sharp Theatre at Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway, 7 p.m., Tickets: $15-$26, symphonyspace.org Bloomsday OutLOUD: James Joyce’s 'Ulysses' Photo Credit: Staten Island OutLOUD via Facebook Staten Island OutLOUD, a community dialogue and performance group, will be celebrating the Joycean epic with readings and Irish music. Every Thing Goes Book Cafe, 208 Bay St., Staten Island, 7 p.m., free, statenislandoutloud.org 'Himself and Nora' Photo Credit: Matthew Murphy Celebrate the man himself with a musical performance that claims to tell the story of Joyce and his wife, Nora. Catch a performance on Bloomsday itself or anytime before Sept. 4. Minetta Lane Theatre, 18 Minetta Lane, 8 p.m., $88-$124, himselfandnoramusical.com/ By Emily Schienvar email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic New York on the LiffeyToday is Bloomsday. Get confused at the Museum of Illusions and more this weekYou could go home right after work ... but it'll still be there afterward. Where to catch Fourth of July fireworks near NYCFourth of July fireworks shouldn't require saving seats eight hours ahead of time. Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.