JOHN Connors's debut play Ireland's Call may share its name with Phil Coulter's patriotic song, which has been used in place of a national anthem by the Irish Rugby Football Union, but that is where the similarity ends.
BEING charged by a tiger, chased by a bear and looking a humpback whale in the eye is all in a day's work for multi-award-winning cinematographer and wildlife cameraman, Colin Stafford-Johnson, who will be revealing some of his momentous moments with an audience in Belfast tomorrow evening.
HI KEVIN, what can you tell us about your current live show, Guru? Is it a sequel of sorts to your meditation and mindfulness themed tour Saying Yes To Yes, which also featured Guru McAleer? Yeah, it's the further adventures of the Guru.
LIFE may not always have been a cabaret for John Partridge, but these are now thrilling times for the former EastEnders star as he dons his coat and tails for his "bucket list" role of a lifetime – Emcee at the famous Kit Kat Klub in Berlin.
A VERY chirpy Jodie Prenger is taking a break from rehearsals for new show, A Taste of Honey, and although her work schedule means she "doesn't see daylight" at the moment, the voice of her nan is constantly in her head, cheering her on.
DEBRA Hill and Kevin Elliot star in The Painted Lady, a play by Irish writer Rob Hollway inspired by his own experiences of alcoholism and recovery, which is being staged at the MAC next month following a successful run at Belfast's Accidental Theatre earlier this year.