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Former contestant on The Voice, Rachael O'Connor, on going from young audience member to lead star back home in the Forum's festive production
The ever-popular dystopian musical is back with renewed relevance, while still maintaining its core of Queen classics, as star villain Jenny O’Leary explains
The Craigavon born artist discusses her Emmy nominated score for HBO documentary The Last Watch and curating a rich tapestry of Belfast sounds for a new global music platform
Heather McGarrigle does her best to narrow down ten highlights from this year's huge programme, not just for book lovers, from September 20 - October 6 in Bangor
Comprised of 12 scenes and an installation, Now For The North explores the subject from a wide variety of women's perspectives, explains the Artistic Director of Three’s Theatre Company, Anna Leckey
Central Perk comes to Derry's Millennium Forum for a musical reimagining of the iconic 90s sitcom
Derry's Millennium Forum turns its attention to Hollywood with this musical adaptation of a turn of the century comedy classic
Our top six picks of arts and crafts events at Ards and North Down’s annual celebration of local artists and makers
Exciting digital programmes are engaging more 16-25 year olds with hubs of local heritage while giving them new skills in photography, 3D technology and event management
With Brexit looming, Katherina Redeva revisits her play on the fall of communism in Bulgaria, giving it a contemporary flavour
Ballymena's Braid hosts the best denominational art collection outside of the Vatican after nine churches united to make it happen. 'Surprisingly, they weren't that nervous'
Broadcast giant returns this summer to stage another 'major' music event on the Banks of the Foyle
Author Jan Carson on 'the great exercise in concision, imagination and perserverance' that sees her writing and posting micro stories to friends
Award-winning Derry production company teams up with Channel 4 to offer charismatic applicants mysterious 'journey of a lifetime'
Aspiring vloggers can learn how to build online followers, go professional and make money at one-day North West Regional College event on June 11
From deliciously dark fairy tales and gritty crime thrillers, to stories of love, redemption and fantastical space battles, there is plenty to get your teeth into this year
Look back on the musical guests who've flown the flag for NI as the legendary Late Show host steps down after 33 years
Watch video from prestigious Queen's University exhibition charting the Baroque lyric poet's career and influence, featuring first edition books, audio readings and more
Award-winning Belfast-based artist on the ethos behind his new exhibition at the Down Arts Centre until May 30. 'I want to show the method behind each composition'
Artists working in all disciplines invited to enter up to three works for consideration to be displayed in the Ulster Museum from October 2015
Sci-fi exhibition returns to Titanic Belfast from June 26 to September 13, featuring R2D2, the Terminator and lots of interesting film memorabilia
Dublin-based busking brothers take their talents to the next level after signing with Polydor and raking up millions of YouTube hits. 'This is where all the hard work begins'
The third instalment of Céline Sciamma's coming-of-age trilogy is a poised and fascinating picture drawing towering performances from its street-cast actresses
Eat, listen to pitches, vote to make Belfast a better place – co-founder Will McConnell on the philanthropic event that will help make community dreams come true
Kevin Logue of Uproar Comics on helping Belfast-born comic book fan and cancer sufferer Andrew Fitzsimmons tell his story for the benefit of future generations. 'He was a fighter'
Tourism Ireland marketing campaign brings otherworldly Game of Thrones creatures to City Hall, while signposts point fans to prime Westeros locations
Naval veteran recounts historic period as weekend of events mark 70th anniversary
Young talents from North West Regional College design ceramics for Derry craft beer makers Walled City Brewery
New feature film written and directed by Brian Mulholland is a love letter to his home city. 'The Belfast psyche is peculiar. We slag each other out of love. That's worth celebrating'
Strand Arts Centre and Belfast Film Festival present summer season of the best crime and gangster films ever made – watch trailers of Goodfellas and more and books tickets now
Carlo Gébler’s new play serves up the Siege of Derry through the eyes of a family in crisis. 'What people think happened and what actually happened is always contested'
Aer Lingus goes green with new branded aircraft, Green Spirit, to support national team's World Cup bid in September 2015
Electronic artist Keith Mannion, signed to Northern Irish label Quiet Arch, provides ambient music for video supporting Yes vote in Ireland's same-sex marriage referendum
Five Northern Irish writers on the international names who shaped their tastes, including Paul Simon, Feist, Nick Cave, Björk and Celtic group Clannad
Belfast-born actor picks up the award for Best Supporting Actor for his work in BBC political drama The Honourable Woman
Oscar Ross of the Northern Ireland Sherlock Holmes Society on the Christian backlash to the famed crime author's spiritualist lecture delivered at the Ulster Hall in 1925
Rising Derry songstress to share the stage with global stars on flagship BBC 2 music show next week
New survey finds Irishmen north and south of the border are easiest on the eyes and ears of American women
Outgoing host of America's most successful satirical programme, The Daily Show, comments on UK electorate's ability to accomplish 'terrible results' in record time
Seán Murray's hilarious story of an out of work Belfast clown ends with a timely twist on election day – watch the full film, parental guidance recommended
With the 2015 UK general election taking place tomorrow, it's time to get in the political mood with titles from authors Jeffrey Toobin, Hunter S Thompson and Peter Geoghegan
Folk legend Donovan among those set to play this year's Roe Valley arts weekender from August 7 - 8
Late actor voices Dennis The Dog in Simon Pegg comedy Absolutely Anything, set for release a year after his untimely death
Promoter Paul Irwin counts down his most memorable shows, featuring headliners General Fiasco and more, as the midnight live music series returns to Belfast on May 8
Public Record Office of Northern Ireland document of the month for May is a stunning volume of calling cards collected in Vienna at the end of the Napoleonic Wars
Ulster Museum gets fired up as new family folklore exhibition opens to the public
Having satirised government for decades, the award-winning journalist and illustrator appraises his own work ahead of a visit to the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival
Derry chamber choir's stunning entry into the #SingMotets competition to have Welsh composer Karl Jenkins write the winner a new a cappela choral work
It was 1985, television audiences were snooker loopy, and Northern Ireland's journeyman hero Dennis Taylor had the World Snooker Championship in his sights
Sax players and ivory tinklers from near and far get set to soundtrack the city's May Bank Holiday weekend festival
Narrated by three prostitutes, and played out in a medieval Italian circus, Rawlife Theatre Company's new production is an allegory on the art sector's current plight
Mark McCambridge takes time out from mixing his forthcoming album to discuss new single 'Twisted Arrow', featuring vocals from former member of the Pixies and Breeders
Screenwriter Marie Jones tells the epic story of Northern Ireland's meeting with Brazil at the 1986 World Cup in Mexico. 'It's about normal people fighting against the odds'
As DC's Suicide Squad arrive on the big screen, John Higgins makes a case for some of the lesser famed crime fighters deserving of the blockbuster treatment
Award-winning art consultant on setting up business as a single parent during the recession, the hard slog of the jet set lifestyle and rebranding for the global market
The Millennium Forum plays host to Alan Bennett's coming-of-age drama, named Britain's favourite play, from May 13 - 16
Count down a selection of Culture NI's most viewed videos to mark the milestone anniversary of the platform's first upload
American singer on moving to Northern Ireland for love, why jazz is in her blood and teaming up with Linley Hamilton at the City of Derry Jazz & Big Band Festival
Popular arts website and key sectoral marketing platform will continue 'until every avenue of appeal is exhausted' after formal appeal is lodged with the Arts Council
Oscar-nominated writer/director Stephen Fingleton on helming the 'anti-science fiction' feature he wanted to be 'the best thing ever shot in Northern Ireland'
Red Barn Gallery founder Frankie Quinn introduces new retrospective exhibition of work by photographer and photojournalist Buzz Logan – view a selection of images
Here are ten of the best books for those in search of a little love
Artist Leo Boyd predicts the fate of mankind in new retro-futurist graphic exhibition at the Belfast Print Workshop
From And So I Watch From Afar to SOAK, our pick of which local releases to start counting down the days to
Northern Ireland Screen's revamped collection of historical footage goes live with new online resource
The uplifting comedy is back by popular demand after taking America by storm with shows in Strabane and Newtownabbey
A Queen’s University student is London bound — in a battle to be crowned the next big name in science
After the 'kerfuffle' in Newtownabbey, American theatre troupe return with The Complete History of Comedy (abridged): 'The theatre is our temple, and in our church all are welcome'
'Did we really do that? Were we that inhuman? Yes, we were.' Auteur on exploring the past, present and future of his birthplace in a special, UK-wide film programme
Foyleside, Café Del Mondo, LegenDerry Warehouse and other venues host works by over 50 young artists and designers as part of UK-wide project ‘somewhereto_framed’