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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
Write about your favourite places and spaces and see your work published online
In this extract of 'The Woman from Kerry' Anne Doughty writes about the disaster
Cinemas included the Old Princess, Picturedrome and 'Pop'
Profile of the adventurer, traveller and journalist
An overview of books about Rathlin (Part 1 - History)
An overview of books about Rathlin (Part 2 - Folklore and Legend)
An overview of Rathlin books (Part 3 - Shipwrecks, studies, natural history and place names)
An area of regal importance for Ulster before the sixteenth century
The story of the Taylor Woods nylon factory in Enniskillen
Ulster has produced a number of outstanding handballers
New and surprising discoveries concerning the history of Strangford Lough
Ireland's only winner of the European Open Golf Championship
The 'jewel in the crown' of the Gaelic League
A man with a deep passion and love for the game he has served so well
Europe's oldest field game
In the pantheon of the GAA greats
Blackshaw is regarded as one of Ireland’s finest contemporary artists
The best known exponent of abstraction to come from Northern Ireland
The onset of the Troubles
A dramatic introduction to the history of the Celts...
'Dimly one was conscious of the hatred outside...'
Designer who has won worldwide recognition for stylish Irish textiles
After being held captive for four years in Beirut, Keenan becomes a writer
Music Producer and Entertainer.
One of Ireland's most highly-regarded and successful artists
The London 2012 Games represent the pinnacle of her sport, and the Northern Irish athlete is up to the challenge
Robert Murphy and his son were the first family victims of the Titanic.
Donaghadee pub with its own resident ghost
Cumann CLG nua ag moladh na hoige
The last White Star Line vessel still afloat
A brief guide to dance in today’s Northern Ireland.
The Gaelic Athletic Association was formed to promote Irish sports and culture
The extraordinary story of an Italian immigrant family
Painter, teacher and star of Awash with Colour
'For too long trad has been perceived to belong to nationalists...'
A cultural history of shipbuilding in Belfast
Early human settlement, dolmens and Navan fort
Northern Ireland's legendary athlete and gold medal-winning Olympian
The lough has a huge variety of subtidal and intertidal habitats.
CNI is seeking a temporary listings developer with excellent content management and editorial skills
Townlands and Legends
A successful and outstanding manager
One of the finest examples of an ancient high cross in Ireland
Built in the early 1880s, the Mill was one of Ulster's last working watermills
Lorraine O'Hare visits Creggan Graveyard
Islander Gusty McCurdy explains why Rathlin is 'a place apart'
Crowds flock to Annavore after visions of Mary
Patsy O'Hagan has won the verse-writing competition three times
Profile of a key player in NI's theatre and literary scenes
John McCurdy tracks down emigrants from Rathlin
Literary hotshot to read at Belfast Festival
Peggy McFaul on the harsh realities of life in the 1940s and gradual modernisation
Judy McCurdy recalls her first impression of the island
Alison McFaul wanted to get away from it all but soon found herself mucking in
John McCurdy remembers reunion week on Rathlin Island
Grass roots poet crying out against 'violence and mindless conformity'
The only theatre in Belfast to remain open throughout the Troubles
Theatre and arts centre with something for everyone