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Anne McMaster reveals how her driven mindset and love for the stage has kept her going through life's toughest times while giving her a career on both sides of the Atlantic
Carlo Gébler’s new play serves up the Siege of Derry through the eyes of a family in crisis. 'What people think happened and what actually happened is always contested'
Christina Nelson talks about the hilarity of hair salons and sharing the spotlight while still playing half the cast in the follow-up to I'll Tell My Ma. Leave your seasonal worries and woes at the door...
Stories of ghosts and wise women are the perfect ingredients for a frightfully good night at Echo Echo Studios this weekend
Dominic Montague's immersive love story Quartered aims to challenge perceptions and remove fear around how the city's LGBTQ+ community might feel in public
Award-winning soprano Aoife Miskelly on wrapping her voice around the Italian language for Così fan tutte's glittering makeover
Seven years after his breakout success, the X Factor winner is savouring every opportunity while he can, whether in the studio or his blossoming stage career
After a promising preview, Big Telly bring Jane Talbot's North Coast fables to the stage in a fully realised adaptation fit for the company's 30th year
More than just the Greatest Show on Earth, the community performance mainstay is giving back with a whole weekend of spectacular free events to mark the milestone
Singer-songwriter David Oliver’s original play is a fast-paced musical about a group of young hopefuls attempting to make it in the New York business world
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
Pending nuptials provide the perfect backdrop for Big Telly's chaotic farce featuring a cast of fine comic actors and an hilarious script by Zoë Seaton and Shelley Atkinson
Having sung with Gary Barlow and for the Queen, the world famous African Children's Choir prepare to perform in Belfast