BELFAST comedian and actor Tim McGarry claims that although he received a "very good Catholic education" when he was younger, he found that there were two things missing during his schoolboy days: girls and Protestants.
THE Belfast Exposed photographic gallery is currently hosting an exhibition by New York and Amsterdam-based Dana Lixenberg that features a series of images documenting life in a public housing development in Los Angeles over more than two decades.
GOOD VIBRATIONS The story of Terri Hooley Lyric Theatre Belfast THE Mother Abbess in The Sound of Music asked, “How do you solve a problem like Maria?” Writers Colin Carberry and Glenn Patterson faced a similar conundrum when trying to encapsulate the mercurial whirlwind that is Terri Hooley.
MICHAELA Strachan has spent a long career being upstaged by animals – so she knows exactly what's in store this weekend when she'll be surrounded by some of the most colossal creatures ever to roam the Earth.
A "LOVE letter" to France and to Irish playwright Samuel Beckett, is how arts journalist Jane Coyle describes her acclaimed "double-sided" 2017 play Both Sides, which returns for two new performances in September.
THE History of The Peace (accordin' to my Ma) is returning to the Grand Opera House in Belfast with plenty of fresh material and a host of new characters that are expected to make it funnier than ever before.
IT’S BEEN over 20 years since Michael Flatley changed the Irish dancing scene forever with Riverdance, before going on to create the Lord of The Dance, two of the most commercially successful and long-running dance shows ever.