LOCAL audiences can relive 60s hits Mrs Robinson, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Cecilia, The Sound of Silence, Homeward Bound and other classic Simon & Garfunkel sounds as the West End show paying homage to the US folk-rock duo tours Ireland.
"CATHOLICS didn't like you as your father was in the RUC and Protestants didn't like you because you were a Catholic, so you walked a narrow road," is how Denise Ferran sums up her experience growing up in Enniskillen, the youngest child of a Catholic policeman.
THE Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival (CQAF) will return to Belfast from May 3 to 13 this year, bringing its reliably eclectic cocktail of alternative culture to venues around the city (but mainly The Black Box).
HAIL to The King, baby – Sam Raimi's classic horror series The Evil Dead meets classic snake-hipped rock and roll head on in Rob Kemp's acclaimed live show The Elvis Dead, which arrives in Belfast tonight courtesy of the Belfast Film Festival.
MUCH-loved musical 42nd Street may currently be wowing audiences in the West End, but theatre fans will also be able to catch the all-singing, all-tap dancing Broadway show when it opens in Belfast later this month.
REVIEW We'll Walk Hand In Hand Lyric Theatre Belfast WE'LL Walk Hand in Hand, on tour after a final night at the Lyric Theatre on Saturday, is Martin Lynch's take on the civil rights movement in Northern Ireland.