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New in Northern Ireland cinemas this week, the story of a misfit who wants to make it as a rapper took two years of rewrites, an Australian actress and the help of Quentin Tarantino to finally come to life, as Geremy Jasper explains
The chorister turned Cambridge professor's legacy is preserved for another year with a week of major concerts and more in his native city
Emily Brontë's classical novel is adapted at Banbridge's Solitude Park
Maureen Coleman reviews Foy Vance's 'gorgeous' second album featuring Ed Sheeran
One of Derry~Londonderry's most well-known faces continues to surprise with her soulful voice
The singer-songwriter has changed her tune on television talent shows and considering herself Northern Irish
Sun tan, songwriting and Sydney beaches: Ciaran Gribbin is enjoying life as a bona fide rock star
It's already being billed as 'Downton Abbey on sea' - a portrait of a ship and all its people, from first class to steerage and those in between.
The girl from Gortin on stage fright, looking forward to the live tour and that feud with Kelly Rowland
No score, sparse dialogue and a black lead – Brontë purists may take exception, but Maureen Coleman loves it
Does size matter? Not for the streaker, and not for Belfast – the little city that throws a big party
The folk stalwart on The X Factor, motherhood and Mumford and Sons
Two different writers, two different styles, one common theme - mothers and fathers.
The Yorkshire actress feels the fear in Good Vibrations and stands up for Anne Hathaway's accent