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Liam Neeson is out for revenge in Cold Pursuit

Damon Smith
REVENGE is a dish best served at sub-zero temperature in Norwegian director Hans Petter Moland's English-language remake of his 2014 black comedy In Order Of Disappearance.

Gig guide: Live music for the week ahead

David Roy
Today Gin Palace, Afterlight, Paul & The Meanie etc – The Empire, Belfast Blackout Season, Red House, SX-70 etc – Oh Yeah, Belfast Donal Scullion – Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast Lost Society – Voodoo, Belfast Jan Doyle Band, Gross Net, Ruth Bate – The 343, Belfast Dead Horse Jive, The Skanks – Bennigans, Derry

Trad: The Gloaming on their new album '3'

Robert McMillen
IT MIGHT be a complicated journey from the cochlear nuclei, the brain stem, and the cerebellum to the auditory cortices on both sides of the brain but when music arrives at its destination, anything is possible.

Review: Twisted - Theatre at the Mill

Anne Hailes
It's not often we get a home grown musical bursting onto our stages but `Twisted' at the Theatre At The Mill delighted the audience on opening night.

Story of Glenanne Gang premiers in Belfast

A DOCUMENTARY about the loyalist Glenanne Gang - thought to have been responsible for more than 120 killings in an area of Mid Ulster once dubbed 'murder triangle' - premiered in Belfast on Thursday.

When Queen headlined Slane Castle

Liz Trainor
With Freddie Mercurcy back in the spotlight in the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, we take a look back at Queen's biggest Irish gig with Mercury as their frontman playing to a sell-out crowd of 80,000 at Slane Castle in 1986.

Sir Kenneth Branagh on All Is True and shooting Artemis Fowl in Ireland

David Roy
FROM directing and starring in big screen adaptations of Henry V and Hamlet to performing a live excerpt of The Tempest at the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympics for one billion viewers, Sir Kenneth Branagh has had a career-long passion for all things William Shakespeare.

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