IN 1968, the posters for 2001: A Space Odyssey proclaimed it to be 'the ultimate trip', a studio cash-in on the film's burgeoning popularity with young audiences who began flocking to it while under the influence of psychedelics.
Christine And The Queens Chris WHEN Heloise Letissier delivered Chris to her record label, she produced not only a collection of vividly imagined and brilliantly captured songs of self-discovery but also a 15-page dossier that portrayed her physical emancipation.
Today Electric Octopus – Culture Night main stage, Royal Avenue, Belfast Girls Names, Hiva Oa – Voodoo, Belfast Librarian, Real J, Lathropus – The Menagerie, Belfast Decomposing in Paris – Fresh Garbage, Belfast Brigid O'Neill, Arborist, Dani etc – Nick Drake, A Celebration, St Joseph's Church, Belfast Mosmo Strange, Anto & The Echoes, The Mannerly Hoods etc – 39 Gordon Street, Belfast Rebekah Fitch, New Pagans – The Black Box, Belfast Saturday September 22 Nathan O'Regan, Peter J McCauley – The Black Box, Belfast Molarbear, So Much For The Sun, Duellists – The Limelight 2 Belfast The LaFontaines – McHugh's, Belfast Bridget St John – American Bar, Belfast Brooke Candy – The Empire, Belfast Donal Scullion & band – Astral Weeks at 50, The MAC, Belfast Mosmo Strange, Wasps, Charity Shop Vinyl – The Nerve Centre, Derry Aslan – Skylite Room, Warrenpoint Ethan Hanna, Sonja Sleator – Fealty’s Back Bar, Bangor Grainne Duffy – Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen The Defects, Part Time Pilots – Bogans, Omagh Sunday September 23 Healthy Junkies, Wynona Bleach, Cherym etc – Voodoo, Belfast Pilgrim St – The Black Box, Belfast Jun Tzu – Goat's Toe, Bangor Liam Ó Maonlaí – The Playhouse, Derry Ethan Hanna, Sonja Sleator – Dicey’s, Strabane Tuesday September 25 Crown The Empire, Volumes, Coldrain – Oh Yeah, Belfast Thursday September 27 Anna Calvi – The Empire, Belfast Anna's Anchor, Fox Colony, Brash Isaac – McHugh's, Belfast Friday September 28 Sea Pinks, Music City – The Black Box, Belfast Bairie, Little Poca, Dena – Oh Yeah, Belfast Larks, Wynona Bleach, Susie Blue – Speakeasy, QUBSU, Belfast Eilidh Patterson – Old Courthouse, Antrim Saturday September 29 Shania Twain, The Shires – SSE Arena, Belfast Three Trapped Tigers, Arvo Party, Wasps – The Empire, Belfast Tom Baxter – The Black Box, Belfast Glenn Hughes – Waterfront Hall, Belfast Robocobra Quartet, Isobel Anderson, John D’arcy & The Hive Choir, Documenta – Uprising: Spirit of '68, Carlisle Circus Methodist Church, Belfast Run In Red – Sandinos, Derry Eilidh Patterson – Flowerfield Arts Centre, Portstewart Paddy Casey – Strule Arts Centre, Omagh Trenchtown, The Skallions – The Pavilion, Belfast .
Is iomaí duine a théann ag spaisteoireacht ar an Camino de Santiago ach níl gach duine acu chomh fileata le Pádaí de Bléine a chuireann síos anseo ar an seal deireanach a chaith sé ag coisíocht trasna na bPiréiní i dtuaisceart na Spáinne, na daoine ar bhuail sé leo agus a raibh d’iontais Dé thart air ...
CULTURE Night Belfast returns for its 10th year tomorrow, once again bringing a packed programme of free family-friendly arts and culture events to streets, public spaces and venues throughout the city centre.
THE bromance of director Peter Berg and muscular leading man Mark Wahlberg has been going strong since 2013, when the two men ventured into war-torn Afghanistan for the explosive true story of Lone Survivor.
IT'S probably the most anticipated work of the year, thanks to the comedy genius of Derry Girls, and because it was from the pen of that hit series' writer, Lisa McGee, Girls and Dolls was always going to be something special.