'Racism is a knife sharpened on the whetstone of sectarianism.' Daragh Carville, Fionnuala Kennedy and Maggie Cronin on writing about the intercultural experiences of minorities living in Northern Ireland for Terra Nova
'We will leave drunks or troublemakers to the bar staff but there are lots of other situations that can develop.' Accidental Theatre Company invite audiences to their newest immersive production in a Belfast office building
With its listed status under threat, the author and journalist makes the case for protecting one of Belfast's oldest pubs, traditionally a haven for radicals, artists and tourists, for future generations
In 1994 he bought a racehorse and named it 'A Real Work of Art', for which he was nominated for the Turner Prize. Now Wallinger continues his love of all things equine at the City Factory from February 21
A selection of iconic images taken by one of the 20th century’s most significant photographers are on display in Titanic Belfast for the first time – view some of the best here on Culture Northern Ireland
Graeme Stewart on recording with the Ulster Orchestra, why John Williams' 'Jurassic Park' score is peerless, and the process of writing music for the moving image – listen to exclusive tracks from his debut feature 'A Nightingale Falling'