Today The Varukers – Speakeasy, Belfast The Blue Carpet Band, Stop Stop Start Again, Madhouse – The Palm House, Belfast Ritual King, Skypilot – Voodoo, Belfast The Riptide Movement – The Limelight 2, Belfast Le Boom – The Glassworks, Derry The Slocan Ramblers – Bangor Castle, Bangor
IT'S time for another mop-up of some of the new music which has plopped through the virtual letterbox at Noise Annoys towers recently: this week's haul includes a clutch of locally released singles and an intriguing album all the way from that London.
TIME waits for no man – except for Bruce Springsteen. The New Jersey-born rocker, affectionately nicknamed The Boss, recently turned 70 but he's refusing – politely – to slow down as he canters through a creatively rich period of his musical career, which stretches back to the mid-1960s.
CREEPY, kooky, mysterious, spooky: The theme tune to Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan's computer-animated comedy, based on Charles Addams's newspaper cartoon strips and the 1960s TV series, promises plenty of tricks and treats in time for Halloween.
1. When did you think about a career in film and what were your first steps into it? I always watched films as a child, and I used to keep a notebook in which I wrote down my favourites bits of the films.
RODGERS and Hammerstein's The King and I is returning to the Northern Ireland stage for the first time in over a decade this October, as Kaleidoscope bring their new production of this much-loved classic to the Theatre at the Mill.
AT ONCE funny and heartbreaking, Ed Waugh's one-man play Carrying David, based on the story of world boxing champion Glenn McCrory, is being produced in Northern Ireland next month by David Hull Promotions.