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Derry singer-songwriter Conor McAteer takes a giant leap forward in a controlled and cohesive fourth album bursting with love in all its forms
When her mother was diagnosed with vascular dementia and Parkinson's disease, our critic's life was turned upside down – she reviews the low-budget, Oscar-winning film that reflects her real world experience
Review of Zak Whitefields third EP, the tellingly titled 'To Anywhere...'
Malojian provides the sunshine, John Grant the expletives, as CQAF celebrates the songwriter
Rosie Johnston's story of Orion the hunter is 'an epic poem in the classical tradition', writes Louise Richardson
Rainbow Factory's contemporary adaptation of Julius Caesar has a lean and hungry look, Lisa Nelson approves
Penny Dreadful, but not THE Penny Dreadfuls. Confused? Peter E Davidson was.
Michael Longley expertly explores the passing of a generation in his latest collection, writes Ross Moore
A showcase from the next generation of Irish directors at the Foyle Film Festival impresses Michael Harrison
The 21st century noir shocker opens the Foyle Film Festival in style, writes Michael Harrison Pages