WITH a long career dedicated to nature conservation, it was somehow appropriate that Co Down singer-songwriter Brigid O'Neill should have her life-changing musical epiphany on the remote and unspoilt terrain of Rathlin Island.
BASED on the infamous 1983 IRA jailbreak, Maze sets itself the unenviable task of serving historical fact while also existing as a piece of entertainment to be enjoyed by an audience previously oblivious to its 'based on real events' story.
Metroid: Samus Returns (3DS) By: Nintendo IN 1986 Nintendo’s funhouse ditched the Prozac for a game that replaced smiles n’ sunshine with labyrinthine dread, and the 10-year-old me couldn't have been happier.
NUALA Byrne was, by her own account, still very young when she first started hearing things that other people didn't hear – although, at first, she confused the voices she heard with "living voices" and would answer someone "who wasn't really there".
THE Big Bouncy Hummm of Harmony gets Northern Ireland's annual disability and arts festival Bounce! under way in the grounds of Belfast City Hall next Wednesday, with three choirs – the Open Arts Community Choir, the Alzheimer’s Society’s Singing for the Brain and Sing for Life from Cancer Focus and the Crescent Arts Centre – joining together in song.
BELFAST performer Ryan O'Neill may have gotten into contemporary dance at the relatively 'late' age of 18 but he has managed to carve out a career for himself which has seen him travel all over the world to perform.