An entertainer and educator, Tyrone-born McMahon's methods have drawn acclaim all over Ireland. He talks to us about his approach to learning and starring in a new production of Martin McDonagh's The Beauty Queen of Leenane
Audiences from here to New York, Canada and Scandinavia have identified with Fly Me to the Moon, the comic tale of two carers, which continues to speak to the sector's emotional demands and the relationships between workers and patients
Christina Nelson talks about the hilarity of hair salons and sharing the spotlight while still playing half the cast in the follow-up to I'll Tell My Ma. Leave your seasonal worries and woes at the door...
With Queen's Comedy Club closing after 25 years, its enduring MC talks about how the game has changed, and why Derry crowds are more merciful than Belfast's – despite hearing the greatest heckle of his life there
Holywood's Little Citizens Boutique has found international success by doing things differently. Founder Alicia Peyrano believes that its innovative products and humanitarian approach can help nurture new generations of creative young minds
As the countdown to Creativity Month begins, the Portstewart-based artist charts her journey from digging up the Bronze Age to making it as a silversmith – plus tips for how you can move up the crafty careers ladder
New in Northern Ireland cinemas this week, the story of a misfit who wants to make it as a rapper took two years of rewrites, an Australian actress and the help of Quentin Tarantino to finally come to life, as Geremy Jasper explains
From the first roars of Jurassic Park to queuing in the snow for Grease, programmers behind Cinema Day 2017 recall their best big screen experiences ahead of a Bank Holiday Monday filled with movie magic