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Step back in time with A Queer Céilí At The Marty Forsythe

David Roy
SET in 1983 Belfast and based on real newsworthy events, A Queer Céilí at The Marty Forsythe is set to transport audiences back to a time when homosexuality had just been decriminalised in the north – much to the chagrin of Ian Paisley and his supporters – a mere 15 years after the equivalent Sexual Offences Act 1967 was passed in Britain.

Strictly star Joanne Clifton liberated by raunchy Rocky Horror role

David Roy
APART from learning The Time Warp as a four-year-old at her childhood dance class, Strictly Come Dancing star turned musical theatre talent Joanne Clifton admits she knew virtually nothing about Richard O'Brien's iconic musical prior to taking on the role of Janet in the current touring production, which visits Belfast's Grand Opera House later this month.

Review: Twisted - Theatre at the Mill

Anne Hailes
It's not often we get a home grown musical bursting onto our stages but `Twisted' at the Theatre At The Mill delighted the audience on opening night.

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