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Folk singer Mary Black still singing her way around Ireland

Gail Bell
SHE famously announced a step back from touring several years ago – only to return to America for another 'Last Call Tour' (the places she missed first time around) – but Mary Black finds it difficult to say goodbye and is still singing her way around Ireland.

Album reviews: Iggy Pop, Lana Del Ray, Slade and Miles Davis

Lana Del Rey Norman F***ing Rockwell! YEARS on from her breakthrough mega-hit Video Games, Del Rey now has the confidence to take a wide step away from the rest of her peers, and Norman F***ing Rockwell! is a jaunt through hazy, classic rock-inspired, ethereal, majestic, hypnotic, anthemic folky-pop, her voice floating like chiffon across each intriguing track.

Gig guide: Live music for the week ahead

David Roy
Today Mclusky, New Pagans, Junk Drawer – Voodoo, Belfast Cherym – Ulster Sports Club, Belfast Mim Suleiman, Orchestre des Réfugiés et Amis – Oh Yeah, Belfast The Crossfire Hurricanes, The Scarlet Cavaliers, Adam Grant Music etc – Love & Death, Belfast The Late Twos – The Atlantic, Portrush

REVIEW: Angela's Ashes The Musical

Angela’s Ashes The Musical Grand Opera House, Belfast Angela’s Ashes last came to the Grand Opera House two years ago when the world premiere burst onto the stage and captured the audience.

Disabled dance group celebrates a decade of dance

Jenny Lee
LUMINOUS Soul, the only contemporary dance development programme for disabled people in Northern Ireland celebrates its 10th anniversary by hosting the inclusive dance festival MeetShareDance in Belfast from September 5-7.

'Hellish history repeats itself' in horror sequel It Chapter Two

Damon Smith
IN AN early scene of director Andy Muschietti's return to the highest-grossing horror film of all time, an emotionally crippled character – a novelist turned screenwriter – becomes the butt of a running joke about his inability to write a satisfying ending.

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