• Angela's Ashes CNI

    Angela's Ashes Comes to Life On-Stage at Grand Opera House

    An interview with Belfast actor Marty Maguire who will be playing McCourt’s father, Malachy, in the musical take of this classic book

  • A Time to Speak Main

    The Enduring Resonance of A Time to Speak

    Actress Joan McCready on continuing to deliver the message of Helen Lewis's Holocaust memoir, not just for her 'but for all victims and survivors'

  • Tumble Circus Comp

    Twenty Years of Tumbling

    Boisterous, unpretentious and with a dark sense of humour – it's the circus act for Belfast. And two decades in, performers Ken and Tina may have found the perfect balance

  • Joseph Comp

    Joe McElderry is Still Living the Dream

    Seven years after his breakout success, the X Factor winner is savouring every opportunity while he can, whether in the studio or his blossoming stage career

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    In the Swim with Alice Mary Cooper

    In her all-ages performance piece Waves, the eclectic Australian artist imagines the life of a woman 'credited' with creating the butterfly stroke

  • The Train Main

    There's a Train-a-Comin'

    Rough Magic's new musical is steaming towards Belfast, recreating the radical journey made by women in protest of Ireland's ban on birth control

  • Famla feature

    Playing Happy Families with John McCann

    Home truths are dragged from the past in the writer's first full-length drama, honed over six years with help from Tinderbox

  • Earnest Main

    Wilde Boys

    Bruiser and the MAC might be a match made in heaven on The Importance of Being Earnest, with an all-male cast looking at marriage through a modern lens

  • Wonderland Main

    Down the Rabbit Hole with Dave Willetts

    The veteran actor prepares for an adventure in Wonderland, as Lewis Carroll's beloved fantasy gets a musical makeover at the Millennium Forum

  • Nivelli's War Branded

    Children's Theatre: It's a Kind of Magic

    Cahoots NI is conjuring up something special with its revival of Nivelli's War and the sense of wonder its bringing from Belfast to Broadway