Nina: A Story about Me and Nina Simone Belfast Internationl Arts Festival The Mac, Belfast “WHAT WILL it take to change” implores Josette Bushell-Mingo in a captivating one-woman show where she uses Nina Simone's music and political activism to question how far we have come in the fight against racism.
1. When did you think about a career in the arts and what were your first steps into it? As a student at Queen’s University back in the late 70s, I unexpectedly discovered that I was spending more time in the drama studio than at the lecture theatre.
ACTRESS, model, film-maker, writer, farmer, style icon, mother and all-round entertainer, Isabella Rossellini keeps reinventing herself and now, aged 66, is bringing her new, one-woman-and-a-dog show to Belfast for its Irish premiere.
OPENING at the Lyric in Belfast next week, a new production of Irish playwright Thomas Kilroy's Double Cross tells the true story of how 'fake news' helped win the Battle for Britain during the Second World War.
OPERA star Fleur Barron was born in Newtownards, making her only the second internationally known musical export to hail from the Co Down town after former Almighty and Thin Lizzy frontman Ricky Warwick.
ARRIVING at Derry's Millennium Forum tonight, Myra's Story is Derry playwright Brian Foster's Dublin-set adaptation of his long-running stage hit Maire: A Woman of Derry about an alcoholic living rough on the city streets.