The martello tower is where James Joyce set the first chapter of his book Ulysses.
From a food perspective, this is breakfast time, 8:00 am, so think tea, sugar, milk, eggs, bread, butter and honey!
This short video, presented by Senator David Norris, gives some low down on the first chapter.
Note that there will be no reading of Ulysses, but if you have questions, there'll be a few of us there who can help!
Also, the James Joyce Tower haven't got back to us yet about sketching inside the tower, but they were happy to have us there last year, so let's hope for the best!!
Between April and June, Dublin Sketchers will sketch in some of the places that appear in James Joyce’s Ulysses, which takes place on one day in Dublin in 1904. That day is celebrated every year as Bloomsday, 16th June.
The sketchbooks will be exhibited upstairs at the Olivier Cornet Gallery on 15th and 16th of June, during the Bloomsday Festival. If you don’t want to exhibit your sketches, that is totally fine. Just come out with Dublin Sketchers as usual.