Kitt Philippa Human NORTHERN Ireland singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Kitt Philippa's transfixingly soothing vocals will catch you off guard from the opening track of their (Philippa's preferred pronoun) debut album, Human.
BEING charged by a tiger, chased by a bear and looking a humpback whale in the eye is all in a day's work for multi-award-winning cinematographer and wildlife cameraman, Colin Stafford-Johnson, who will be revealing some of his momentous moments with an audience in Belfast tomorrow evening.
1. When did you think about a career in acting and what were your first steps into it? When I was in primary school I used to make up little plays with a pal and put on little bits for the class and other classes.
FROM the wilds of Donegal to a house up the mountains in Greece – wherever Oonagh Derby finds herself these days, she will be wearing her creative cap and not the hard hat which was once required when building sites were her stomping ground rather than the studio or stage.
WHEN a 16-year-old Lenny Henry won the talent show New Faces in 1975 with his comic impersonations of Frank Spencer and Tommy Cooper, he couldn't have imagined he'd go on to be an award-winning Shakespearean actor and charity ambassador with a knighthood.
FROM revealing how watching Derry Girls kept her sane when filming her upcoming movie Little Women, to offering career advice to Belfast students, award-winning Irish actress Soairse Ronan had an enjoyable return to Belfast and Cinemagic – the film festival she holds close to her heart – this week.