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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
'The landscape of Cushendall is always with me...'
An ancient and hardy breed of cattle saved from the brink of extinction
The 'Curfew Tower' in Cushendall continues to play an enigmatic role
Desima Connolly discovers what inspires the broadcaster and novelist from Co Tyrone
Jenny Cathcart looks at community life on Inish Rath Island
Arguably Strangford Lough's most important species
'There was a real sense of community, like a Kibbutz...'
Architect William Barre won the competition to design the Albert Clock.
A nucleus for fusing ambitions, attitudes, abilities and aspirations...
Performing a unique combination of close harmony singing accompanied by pipes and harp
Paul Martin looks at Northern Ireland's premier entertainment venue
Language and placenames on the island since 3 AD
Jacinta Owens revisits her home town
'I for one loved how it shaped our summer...'
Derry’s walls have been described as ‘either a noose or a necklace’
A visit that includes Devenish, White and Boa islands
Belfast’s most famous shipbuilders
City Hall marks the high point in Belfast’s industrial prosperity
The concert hall and conference centre is a landmark of riverside urban redevelopment
The First Sight of British Soldiers on N.Ireland’s Streets
Find out about the first woman to fly the Atlantic solo
Learn about various rambling routes on the hill overlooking Belfast
The largest inland lough in the United Kingdom
A trip to 'a little bit of heaven on earth...'
Brother and sister heavily involved in the United Irishmen
One of the most significant 'Ulster poets’.
Nationalist writer, essayist and editor.
East Belfast winner of the Victoria Cross.
Newry born architect of some of Belfast’s most distinctive buildings.
The renowned and gifted architect designed and built many of Belfast’s landmarks.
Exceptional Ulster architect, Lanyon’s apprentice, partner and successor.
A period of great change in the city
Writer of linguistically rich, erotically charged poetry
An introduction to the era of 'gracious' shopping
Built between 1928 and 1930, this is the first modern building in Ulster.
James Scott’s 1935 creation is an early example of modern architectural influences.
Personal accounts and interesting facts about the Maiden City during wartime
The founder of shipbuilding in Belfast.
Belfast socialist, feminist and republican.
Star of stage, silver, and small screen
Northern Ireland's writers for stage and screen
One of Northern Ireland's most successful playwrights
Naive artist survived by only four early works.
The official history of naive art in Northern Ireland begins with the work of Gretta Bowen.
Blanchflower inspired a great side to new heights
Portraitist and painter of industrial Belfast.
Co-founder of Belfast shipbuilders Harland and Wolff
Hamburg-born co-founder of Belfast’s famous shipbuilders
The historic heart of concert going Belfast.
An overview of sporting clubs and events in north Belfast.
A general overview of sport in south Belfast
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