U2 and Michael Flatley are among the most wealthy entertainers, according to The Sunday Times Rich List The Dublin band's wealth is now £569 million, third on the list, while Lord of the Dance star Flatley is worth £202m in 10th.
Frank Turner Be More Kind Don't Worry, the opening track on English folk-rock singer-songwriter Frank Turner's seventh album, is a statement for the anxious times we live in, telling us: "don't worry if you don't know what to do".
Today Ryan McMullan – The Mandela Hall, QUBSU, Belfast Scooter – Telegraph Building, Belfast Asian Dub Foundation – La Haine live soundtrack, The Black Box, Belfast The Go! Team, The Correspondents – CQAF Marquee, Belfast Oh Pep! – The Sunflower, Belfast Karrie O'Sullivan, Jimmy Smyth – American Bar, Belfast Kaz Hawkins, Sam York – The Playhouse, Derry Basork featuring Neil Cowley – Nerve Centre, Derry Mary Gauthier – Flowerfield Arts Centre, Portstewart Albert Lee – Market Place Theatre, Armagh Saturday May 5 Peggy Seeger book talk – The Black Box, Belfast, 2pm Peter Perrett – The Black Box, Belfast, 8pm Mary Gauthier – The Waterfront Hall Studio, Belfast, 2pm Nightmares on Wax – CQAF Marquee, Belfast Kimmie Rhodes – Radio Dreams Tour, The Waterfront Hall Studio, Belfast, 8pm Jenn Bostic – Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast Ciara O'Neill – The Belfast Barge, Belfast Kaz Hawkins, Sam York – Park Avenue Hotel, Belfast Myles Manley, Civil Simian, Jess Edlin – The Sunflower, Belfast Mary Coughlan – Millennium Forum, Derry David Lyttle Band, Joseph Leighton Trio – The Playhouse, Derry Chase The River, Brash Isaac, Wanderers – Braid Arts Centre, Ballymena Sunday May 6 Jimmy Webb – CQAF Marquee, Belfast !!!, Mmode – The Black Box, Belfast The Blasters, The Sabrejets – Oh Yeah, Belfast Jeffrey Lewis – The Black Box, Belfast, 2pm Michael Nau, Robyn G Shiels – McHugh's, Belfast, 8pm Smoove & Turrell Sound System, The Organauts – The Belfast Barge, Belfast Ingrid Laubrock's Anti-House 4 – The MAC, Belfast Van Morrison – Millennium Forum, Derry Dinosaur – The Playhouse, Derry Monday May 7 Camille O'Sullivan – CQAF Marquee, Belfast The Deep Dark Woods, Kacy and Clayton – McHugh's, Belfast Van Morrison – Millennium Forum, Derry Velvet Alibi – Bennigan's, Derry Tuesday May 8 Gary Barlow – Waterfront Hall, Belfast Kate Rusby – CQAF Marquee, Belfast Molly Tuttle & Rachel Baiman – Green Room, The Black Box, Belfast This Is The Kit – Voodoo, Belfast Robyn Hitchcock – McHugh's, Belfast Wednesday May 9 Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Baxter Dury – SSE Arena, Belfast Ed Sheeran – Boucher Playing Fields, Belfast Linley Hamilton – The Black Box, Belfast .
INSTILLING a love of music is the aim of piano teachers the length and breath of Ireland and in his latest film, Co Laois documentary maker Ken Wardrop gives an insight into the difficulties, humour, wisdom and joy of learning piano.