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Moira Calling music festival returns

David Roy
THIS year's Moira Calling festival gets under way tomorrow, bringing two days of homegrown and visiting musical fun to Moira Demense.

Film review: American Animals

Damon Smith
THE repercussions of crime are brought sharply into focus in writer-director Bart Layton's lean, propulsive thriller, which stars Irish actor Barry Keoghan (Love/Hate, '71, Dunkirk).

Saothar cheann de na healaíontóirí is bísiúla sa tír ag druidim chun clabhsúir

Robert McMillen
Andrew Whitson’s exhibtion is coming to an end at the Gerard Dillon Gallery in Culturlann McAdam Ó Fiaich this week but tomorrow night at 7pm, Andrew will give a talk on the exhibtion so drop everything and put the time and date in your calender. Andrew will discuss his work, giving an informal talk about his paintings and drawings, discussing techniques and subject matter and he will draw the exhibition to a close by outlining how he sees his work evolving in the future.  Everybody is welcome.  

Bond-favourite Idris Elba on directorial debut Yardie

Laura Harding
IS IDRIS Elba the man who would be Bond? While it's been widely rumoured that he could soon be acquiring cinema's most famous 'licence to kill' when Daniel Craig returns his Aston Martin to the garage, reports that Elba is the next 007 have gathered furious pace in recent weeks.

Gig guide: Live music for the week ahead

David Roy
Today Malojian – No Alibis, Belfast Emerald Armada, Larks, Peter J McCauley etc – Focal Festival, Crescent Gardens, Lower Crescent, Belfast Blue Americans, Hot Cops, Cut In Blinks etc – Bullitt, Belfast Lisa Hannigan, Sullivan & Gold – Roe Valley Arts Centre, Limavady

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