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Eat, listen to pitches, vote to make Belfast a better place – co-founder Will McConnell on the philanthropic event that will help make community dreams come true
Narrated by three prostitutes, and played out in a medieval Italian circus, Rawlife Theatre Company's new production is an allegory on the art sector's current plight
Popular arts website and key sectoral marketing platform will continue 'until every avenue of appeal is exhausted' after formal appeal is lodged with the Arts Council
The uplifting comedy is back by popular demand after taking America by storm with shows in Strabane and Newtownabbey
After the 'kerfuffle' in Newtownabbey, American theatre troupe return with The Complete History of Comedy (abridged): 'The theatre is our temple, and in our church all are welcome'
With the legendary comedian, actor and television presenter set to perform in Belfast's Waterfront Hall in October, we look back at five of his finest comedic moments
Lauded playwright on the 'divide and conquer' approach to arts funding cuts in Northern Ireland, why satire is 'an absolutely vital weapon' in the fight against austerity, and her new production at The MAC
Actor Michael Patrick on inhabiting one of Shakespeare's more intriguing lesser characters in a new production of the Tim Crouch monologue
Actor, writer and theatre director praises arts website for 'providing a place to everyone for marketing, reviews and discussion, which is crucial to the arts sector'
Critic John Higgins on how writing for Culture NI provided solace following a bereavement and indirectly led to the foundation of a now thriving fledgling theatre company Pages