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'What's in the box?' asks Andrew Doyle's dark comedy Borderland, about two brothers faced with one final delivery before packing in their paramilitary deeds
Award-winning soprano Aoife Miskelly on wrapping her voice around the Italian language for Così fan tutte's glittering makeover
Whether it's with tractors or Trump, Belfast's Accidental Theatre is giving writers a new stage to react to the ever-changing world around them
On stage they're two opposing forces, but the stars of the Millennium Forum's Jack and the Beanstalk both agree that the Christmas panto is here to stay
Bangor actor Thomas Galashan on his not-so celebratory portrayal of James Joyce based on famous letters to the writer's wife and muse
The hit show which demonstrates how to prepare a meal using hotel room appliances also has a soft centre about perseverance and how almost anything is possible
The English stand-up entertained viewers of the reality show, but isn't relying on tales from the jungle when he comes to Northern Ireland
Rather than try to recreate the Pythons on Broadway, Neil Keery wants to ramp up the relentless musical theatre in his directing debut with the Ulster Operatic Company
The inimitable comic talks about his new tour, how he might've courted the Ricky Gervais controversy in Belfast and has advice for local newcomers to stand-up
Founder Lisa May on celebrating the late author after two decades of highs, lows, sleepless nights and moments that make it all worthwhile
The actor on The Habit of Art, working with Alan Bennett and how much fun it is to be narky
Long-awaited programme is announced at launch in the Dark Horse. Listen to a podcast with festival director Sean Kelly and live music by Brendan and Declan Murphy
West End diva Niamh Perry of I’d Do Anything fame on life, love and phandom
Bruiser bring Ui's dreams of a 1000-year vegetable monopoly crashing to the ground
Jane Coyle talks to Royston Maldoom about Exile and Northern Ireland
The playwright talks about his decision to adapt the iconic play
Tammy Moore talks to Grant Corr about Mena Town transexuals and directorial love at first sight
This year sees the 30th City of Derry Drama Festival, a landmark that has prompted the organising committee to take a look back at the festival's illustrious history
Teenage suicide and mental illness are handled with care by Replay Productions
The Oscar-nominated writer takes a break from rehearsals to tell CultureNorthernIreland about his new WWI drama Still, The Blackbird Sings
'Football faithful and disbelievers alike have found themselves drawn to this iconic figure'
Artistic director David Fenton on challenging perceptions and tackling issues in Replay's latest production
Omagh bboy RawB is too raw for reality tv
Jane Coyle dances around the topic of where dance and football meet with choreographer Andy Howitt. Click Play Audio for a podcast interview
Never been to the opera or theatre before? Now's your chance to take the plunge
Julie McNamara's latest award-winning production at the Baby Grand tackles more than just disability, as Joe Nawaz discovers
'Writing is easy. All you do is stare at a blank sheet of paper until drops of blood form on your forehead.' Peter Jordan meets the award-winning playwright.
Joanne Savage enjoys a danse macabre in Newtownabbey
Tammy Moore talks Brecht, the Cauliflower Trust and The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui with Bruiser's artistic director and 'Woman of the Year in the Arts'
The Tyrone funnyman on losing his religion, the strangeness of the human brain and why reality TV theme tunes would be the soundtrack in his personal hell
Terry Pratchett's Nation broadcast live from the National Theatre in London to a screen near you - in the QFT, to be precise
Tammy Moore talks with actor Gerard Logan about Doctor Who and the Rape of Lucrece
Across the UK celebrities ears start to burn as Elvis McGonagall takes the stage at the Black Box.
Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure announce £1.1 million budget cuts
The Lyric jump on the blood-drinking bandwagon
The Academy Award-nominated actress prepares to tread the boards in Belfast. Click Play Audio for a podcast interview
Maggie Cronin returns to punk-era London for a spot of soul searching
Playwright Moira Buffini on writing big stories for little people
Holocaust survivor and choreographer leaves behind an inspirational legacy
Five students on the 2010 theatre criticism course give their verdicts on five different productions
It's the most successful percussive dance show in the world. But founder Luke Cresswell would rather be at a rave
Lyric's postmodern panto forgets about the children
Jane Coyle on the highlights of the year
One half of comedy duo Grimes and McKee on being the last actor to voice Gerry Adams, instigating a duel between Carravaggio and Morrissey and having beef with Interflora
'There’s a real vibrancy in Belfast now... South Africa and Northern Ireland are the big success stories.'
Veteran 'adult entertainers' turn the Waterfront and the Ulster Hall into 'politically correct-free zones'
Red Lemon bring the curtain down on OMAC in style
Eamon Friel enjoys Scott Marshall's debut at the Derry Playhouse
Grimes and McKee's Christmas show has Joe Nawaz roaring with laughter
'Poignant, painful and painfully funny' - Joe Nawaz warms to an engaging portrayal of modern gay men
The hirsute comedian brings his Remarkable Guide to the Orchestra to Belfast
The kids are alright in the latest production from Tinderbox
Belfast-based charity Music Theatre 4 Youth win award for outstanding voluntary contribution
Aussie comic Adam Hills arrives with an edgy, feel-good show
Politics and the workplace provide unequal inspiration at the Belfast Festival
Meet the acclaimed playwright ahead of new Tinderbox production Sleep Eat Party and his 'Ballycastle nativity', Stars
Garbhan Downey is unimpressed by skull-smashing in Strabane
Joe Nawaz finds plenty to scream about in Cahoots' nerve-shredding production
Sigarev's new Russia gets lost in translation
William Crawley on the importance of artistic representation in the fight for human rights. Click Play Audio to listen to a panel discussion, chaired by Crawley, following a performance in the Grand Opera House
Kabosh present a 'touching portrayal of the history of Belfast's jewish community'
The musical dramatist on loving London, reading music and the inspiration of education
'As far as I'm concerned, if you eat fish and you say you're a vegetarian you've got the exact same principles as the Nazis.'
Unrequited love plays out against a turbulent period in French history, including the costumes, the moves, and of course that enlarged nose
Playwright Gavin Kostick on writing about a community close to extinction. Watch a video tour of the Belfast Synagogue below, led by Adrian Levy
Standing on a plinth in Trafalgar Square was the experience of a lifetime for Belfast filmmaker Tom Magill. Watch a video of Tom's appearance below
Prime Cut's new production brings Russia to life on the Irish stage once again
Witches on stilts, motorbikes and imperial murder on an industrial wasteland. Teatr Biuro Podrozy’s Macbeth is Shakespeare with a carbon twist
Ransom's controverisal new production delivers 'a badly needed shot of ambiguity'
The Lyric's temporary home at the Elmwood Hall is a fitting setting for Martin McDonagh's bleak, brilliant play