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Paperboy theatre group calls on Belfast people to dig out 70s artefacts for show

BRITISH Youth Music Theatre (BYMT) is calling on Belfast people to dig out their flared jeans, platform heels and the like ahead of a pop-up exhibition inspired by their forthcoming production of Paperboy, The best-selling memoir Paperboy tells Tony Macaulay’s story of growing up in west Belfast in the 70s and includes references to popular culture of that time, including events such as The Bay City Rollers gig at The Ulster Hall in 1975.

Matthew McElhinney on directing mum Marie Jones's play A Night in November

Gail Bell
A NIGHT in November is etched deeply into the consciousness of Matthew McElhinney who was "about four" when his mother, Belfast playwright Marie Jones, penned what would become one of her most poignant, bitter-sweet, funny, sad and brilliant dramas for the Northern Ireland stage.

Review: All Mod Cons, Lyric Theatre

Jane Hardy
All Mod Cons Naughton Studio, Lyric Theatre, Belfast Erica Murray's play All Mod Cons, currently showing at the Naughton Studio, can't quite decide on its dramatic identity.

Truth and lies explored in Belfast Photo Festival

Jenny Lee
THE Belfast Photo Festival will take over art galleries and dominate outdoor spaces throughout the city next month with experiential and engaging exhibitions exploring the role of photography in the era of post-truth, alternative facts and fake news.

Activists' dramatic kidnapping of Trump

Gail Bell
THEIR bobble-topped balaclavas are brightly coloured, making them slightly less sinister than bog-standard black, but don't let that fool you – these women mean business.

Review: A Streetcar Named Desire

A Streetcar Named Desire Lyric Theatre, Belfast Gore Vidal said Tennessee Williams once told him A Streetcar Named Desire, normally dubbed a great 20th century tragedy, in fact has a happy ending.