THE Delines' new album The Imperial was released last week to the delight of those who loved the Portland alt-country soul outfit's superb debut offering, 2014's Colfax, and indeed the band themselves.
1. When did you think about a career in comedy and what were your first steps into it? I first knew I wanted to be a comedian when my mum and dad laughed at my Dave Allen impression in the early 1980's, when I was only 8 – I used to hold a glass of whiskey and a cigarette and do jokes about nuns.
HE REALLY does know what you're thinking and will give you the answer to your question before you have spoken it aloud, but anyone heading to 'mind magician' Keith Barry's Northern Ireland gigs this month may have the last laugh yet.
BESTSELLING novelist and ex-ITN reporter Gerald Seymour, whose thrillers about spies, undercover agents and terrorist threats have attracted legions of fans, chuckles as he recounts some of the close shaves he's had during his career.
TRAILING in the wake of Yorgos Lanthimos's riotous royal romp The Favourite, director Josie Rourke's lavish drama is a restrained affair which drips copious blood on screen but has little running through its veins.