WHEN Laurence McKeown came up with the idea of producing a special calendar to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the blanket protest at the Maze Prison, he wanted to show how the past can be transformed into something completely different, without detracting from the significance of the role history plays.
HAVING just wrapped a year on Broadway, where she played the role of Professor Minerva McGonagall in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Belfast actress Geraldine Hughes is coming to the Lyric Theatre this summer with her smash hit one-woman show.
THE Belfast Photo Festival will take over art galleries and dominate outdoor spaces throughout the city next month with experiential and engaging exhibitions exploring the role of photography in the era of post-truth, alternative facts and fake news.
A TIRED-sounding 'Hi' comes down the line and I wonder if this could really be the spirited Lesley Joseph, known to thousands of fans for her Dorienesque exuberance in popular BBC sitcom Birds of a Feather.
REAL-life memories of love, breaking free and the fall of the Berlin Wall come alive at The MAC on Saturday when Bulgarian performer Katherina Radeva brings her one-woman show Fallen Fruit to Northern Ireland audiences.
SET in the stifling heat of New Orleans’s Latin Quarter, Tennessee Williams’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play A Streetcar Named Desire follows wilting Southern beauty Blanche DuBois as she attempts to escape her former life and past trauma.
ACCLAIMED Scottish writer and film producer Kevin Toolis has teamed up with Donegal folk trio The Henry Girls and Kerry singer Pauline Scanlon for a unique show inspired by the Irish wake tradition that's being staged in Belfast this weekend as part of the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival.