The architect and civil engineer who built many of Belfast's architectural highlights
A celebration of the humble bicycle at the Waterfront Hall
A rummage through the box of delights that is the Queen's Collection
Iain Todd savours the sights, sounds and stouts at the much-loved Lisburn brewery
A documentary from the makers of Man on Wire makes for uncomfortable viewing
The American-Irish rockers bring a touch of heart to Mandela Hall
Queen's Film Theatre screen a masterpiece of the horror genre by French director Georges Franju
A dance piece produced in collaboration with kids – it'll never work, surely
Odd Future, Kaiser Chiefs and Jimmy Eat World provide support at Tennent's Vital
The men in Owen McCafferty's world still can't dance, but at least now they can talk about it
A musical about a gay Northern Irish rugby team hits Edinburgh
Liam Gallagher struts, gobs and gives a shout out to the ladies – 'it'll all make sense in the morning'
Craft exhibition is a 'love song to Northern Ireland', but does it give a real sense of place?
The folk hero treats Belfast to Planxty classics, solo tunes and stories in between
This really is the final, final destination - or is it?
The Belfast poet contemplates mortality at the Edinburgh International Book Festival
The rocker turned scribe on his love of travel and campaign to free the West Memphis Three
Based on a comic book, this Hollywood redux gets lost in translation
Kurt Cobain's favourite pop-punk trio attract a diverse crowd to the Black Box
Stanley Kubrick's modernist masterpiece revisited at Queen's Film Theatre
Despite the rain, two very different performers attempt to tickle Belfast's funny bone
A final fairwell for the fumbling foursome – but is the silver screen a step too far?
Werner Herzog's Gulf War 'documentary' sparks debate at the Belfast Photo Festival
The Theatre at the Mill's Summer Youth Musical Group tear it up
Castle Ward hosts a three-day celebration of all things crafty
Northern Irish film-makers master the short film format at the Black Box
The title is long, but the film is short – and packed full of mindless action for all the family
The art deco style is prevalent, but many examples are falling into decay
Three venues, three artists and three very different approaches to photography
Familiar territory is explored in Pearse Elliott's tale of weathered men in weathered pubs
JJ Abrams' homage to all things Spielberg is 'touching and convincing'
The Festival of Fools' Sunday Treats draw an unlikely crowd in central Belfast
A group exhibition by known and unknown photographers
It's big and it's fun, but this Made in America superhero romp is not at all dumb
A French suspense film without the suspense makes Romain Duris a dull boy
The punk heavyweights rip up the Spring & Airbrake – as if we expected anything less
Master pianist Barry Douglas conducts works by Mozart at St Peter's Cathedral
The metal legends put memories of a half-empty Maysfield Leisure Centre behind them
If you like people watching, you'll love this exhibition at the Alley Arts Centre
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One of Northern Ireland's 'most versatile, affable and unorthodox' artists rocks Sandinos
One of California's leading visual effects studios visit the University of Ulster
An 'unpretentious, poignant and unsettling' documentary about fighting Irish travellers
Kristin Scott Thomas continues her creative exile on Gallic soil
Drawing on Rudyard Kiplings original stories, this production has something for everyone
City Hall and the surrounding buildings in Donegal Square have lots to appreciate
A heady mix of the old and the new has the sun shining on the Sperrins
White middle-class activists these days, what are they like, eh?
'A reaffirmation of the power of black and white photography'
Brian Friel's play about language and cultural identity brings out the crowds in Dublin
The end of an era for Potter fans as the boy who lived becomes a man
Literature and art meet at Golden Thread Gallery, but the critic's hairline takes centre stage
'You would have to admit our lives would be easier if our bosses weren't alive'
An artistic exploration of the light and dark of queer identity
Oh ye hipsters of little faith
Catfights, air rage and one-night stands – who'd be a bridesmaid?
Remembering the great endeavours of Ireland's most intrepid
Power pop and a visit to Barcelona
George Orwell's allegory is 'a deceptively challenging story to adapt'
Photography exhibition focuses the lens on post-communist Poland