'NO SUCH thing as innocent bystanding' – rarely have the words of Seamus Heaney in his lyrical poem Mycenae Lookout resonated so strongly as in the present environment of ideological conflict and international terrorism.
IT'S hard to tell fact from fiction these days when social media makes it possible for individuals to create fake online personas with ease and to potentially reach millions with a single tweet or post.
FROM tea with Tinkerbell, to street dance workshops and backstage tours where children can try their hands as a lighting and sound engineer, Belfast's Grand Opera House will be buzzing when it runs its first family festival this July.
ALTHOUGH he's best known for his television hits like Father Ted, Black Books and The IT Crowd, Graham Linehan has also enjoyed considerable acclaim for writing 2011's hit stage adaptation of The Ladykillers.
REVIEW Crazy Grand Opera House Belfast WHEN Caroline Curran first played ‘Maggie Muff’ she created a character, and that character created an audience – and they were out in force for the opening night of Crazy to meet Ruby, played with style by Curran.
THERE can't be many live shows that sound a triune warning of nudity, strong language and heavy drug and needle use before you even book your seat, but then, Trainspotting is not your average type of show.