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Both Sides back on stage in Lisburn and Bangor

Gail Bell
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.

Lord of The Dance: Dangerous Games set to return to Belfast

Kelly McAllister
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.

Big name line-up for Féile an Phobail debates and discussions programme

MORE than 70 events will take place in west Belfast over the next 10 days as part of Féile an Phobail’s Debates and Discussions programme, starting today with talks at on topics including Martin McGuiness, the 1970 arms trial and whether or not Theresa May's 'magic money tree' exists.

NI Opera's Walter Sutcliffe sings praises of Rigoletto and opera for all

Jenny Lee
FROM large-scale productions featuring world-class operatic performers to children's operas and operatic takes on musicals Sweeney Todd and Kiss Me Kate, Northern Ireland Opera's new artistic director is promising "a plethora of operatic spectacles" and "plenty of opportunities for people to fall in love with opera".

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