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Duke Special set to attend inaugural festival of diversity, arts, debates, politics and music, marking 50 years of peacemaking
Having been signed by a new Australian label, the travelling young troubadour is doing it himself from the North Coast to the Gold Coast
PLACE celebrate the engineering of Belfast's most iconic sites and offer a first glimpse at future landmarks with inaugural weekend of free, expert-led tours
Ulster Museum hosts the returning exhibition recognising the literary legacy of its most celebrated alumni
The Ballycastle poet on launching her debut collection on Doire Press and using language to confront the everyday complexities of North Coast life
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'
Our top six picks of arts and crafts events at Ards and North Down’s annual celebration of local artists and makers
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
In just two years, the event has gone from an unknown prospect to one which lights up the city with four days of literary magic
Supernatural specialist Dr Bob Curran sheds light on the darker rituals and folklore that lay at the heart of Halloween's origins in Ireland
It's the number one place to be for Halloween, but did you know how it all began, the historic themes or the remarkable numbers behind the famous festival?
From warding off spirits of the dead to bringing cities like Derry to life, costumes have played a key role in Ireland's traditions for thousands of years
As co-owner of award-winning tech firm Flint Studios, Jeremy Biggerstaff has shown that with the right steps 'it's never too late' to achieve those creative career goals
'I really love what I do' – Jude Burrows on the joys of thinking outside the box when it comes to styling beautiful spaces and working creatively with clients
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
Authors Myra Zepf and Claire Savage reflect on their different routes to publication and share tips for aspiring scribes to carve their own path
The Newtownabbey native had an unconventional route to becoming a digital entrepreneur, but now businesses are swarming her for marketing expertise
'It's a good time to be involved' says Keith Millar, whose keen ear for talent and willingness to make connections has lead to an array of exciting roles
As the countdown to Creativity Month begins, the Portstewart-based artist charts her journey from digging up the Bronze Age to making it as a silversmith – plus tips for how you can move up the crafty careers ladder Pages